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The Destiny Question: Do I Have A Choice? Marie D. Jones’ Outer Edge

“Man was predestined to have free will.” – Anonymous “You can’t avoid it, it’s written in the stars.” “He was destined to be a success.” “Life is what you make it.” “Choose your thoughts and choose your life.” Life can be so darn confusing. Social media and self-help gurus bombard us with contradictory claims that…

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Albert Bender and the Men in Black: Enduring Influences on Sci-Fi Entertainment – Nick Redfern

On March 29, 2016, Albert Bender died at the age of 94. Most people with an interest in UFOs will know of Bender’s name. He was the man who thrust the Men in Black – and the mystery surrounding them – into the public domain in the 1950s. Bender was not the first person to…

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Beyond The Bermuda Triangle: Visiting Other Mysterious Triangles Around The Globe – Ryan Sprague’s Hidden Auditorium

On December 5th, 1945, five US Navy bomber planes were making their way over the waters of the Atlantic during a training mission. Lieutenant Charles Taylor was in constant communication with the base, updating them on the progress of the mission. Without warning, the line went dead over the radio. The base tried to make…

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Triangle UFOs: Are They Secret Military Aircraft? Micah Hanks Reports

Since the years following World War II, “flying saucer” has been widely recognized as a household term. Shortly after its appearance in the American media in 1947, U.S. Air Force investigator Edward Ruppelt introduced the term “unidentified flying object”, or UFO, which was devised with hope of employing a more ambiguous, catch-all term that could…

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The Mysterious UFO-Helicopter Wave of 1975 – Nick Redfern

One of the many curious aspects of the UFO phenomenon is that relative to so-called “waves” and “flaps.” Over the years, there have been more than a few occasions upon which UFOs have intruded into our airspace to a significant degree. I’m talking about the likes of the summer of 1947; the Washington, D.C. invasion…

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Coulrophobia, Or Is That a Creepy Clown in Your Closet? – Marie D. Jones

I hate clowns. No, let me rephrase that. I DESPISE clowns. I have since childhood and chances are pretty good I’ll go to my grave hating the darn things. And I’m not alone in that sentiment. Millions of people all over the world suffer from “coulrophobia,” or an excessive fear of clowns. In fact, fear…

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The Most Haunted Theater On Broadway: The Reprise of Mr Belasco – Ryan Sprague

“She hasn’t worked here since.” These were the words of an usher concerning a fellow co-worker of hers. It was my first night working in this particular theater, and I’d heard many stories concerning strange noises, smells, sights, and feelings. But nothing quite like this. The usher would go on to tell me that every…

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Animal Ghosts and Paranormal Pets – Theresa Argie

Do you believe in ghosts? For many of us that’s an easy question. Either we do, we don’t, or we sit teetering on the fence between belief and non-belief. A large majority want to believe but maybe haven’t had that one mind-blowing event that’s put them over the edge. They are very skeptical, but they…

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Sea Monsters: Have Earth’s Oceans Kept A Few Large Creatures Hidden? – Micah Hanks Reports

Space is, as famously uttered at the outset of each classic Star Trek adventure, the “final frontier.” Yet, despite our fascination with what alien realms may await off our terrestrial home, many would argue that new discoveries of equal magnitude—and strangeness—are likely to exist within the ocean depths. The notion of “sea monsters” is one…

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The Paranormal Nature of Numbers – Marie D. Jones’ OUTER EDGE

We usually think of the paranormal as the invisible world of ghosts, entities and otherworldly abilities like remote viewing, ESP and precognition. Paranormal is “beyond normal;” things we cannot yet explain within the confines of modern science. But nature, and reality, holds mysteries equally paranormal, and yet utterly scientific in their origin and explanation. One…

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