Thursday October 31, 2013
Halloween Special: Government Documented Monsters
Nick Redfern is one of the best researchers in the field of the unknown and--incredibly--he has found official documentation that many different cryptids that are generally dismissed in the press are taken seriously at an official level.
In this interview, he reveals that there is a surprising amount of official documentation about monsters ranging from bigfoot to weir-panthers to gigantic birds. So settle back for an eerie half hour of first-rate Halloween mystery and a few pretty serious chills on Dreamland's annual Halloween Special!
Nick Redfern's website is NickRedfernFortean.Blogspot.com.
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Fear and the Visitors: New Information
All Hallows is a very special season. It is much more that simply dressing up in costumes and watching scary movies. This week, Whitley Strieber honors both the close encounter experience and the moment when the veil between the worlds grows thin by revealing some new material about his early close encounter experiences that have made him think deeply about the whole meaning of the experience and exactly what is happening. There is a dark side to it, no question, and he makes some chilling revelations about how it impacted his own life. But this is a very deep thing that is happening. To embrace it as 'good' or 'evil' is not the right path to take. There is another road to understanding, and one of the great objectives of Whitley Strieber and Unknowncountry is to explore this road, as new and mysterious as it is.
If you pass on every other subscriber special this year, do not pass on this one. It represents new and true insight into the single most important event in human history: the close encounter experience. Right now, this experience is ignored, laughed at and lied about. That will not always be so. Eventually, the whole species will catch up with the close encounter witnesses, for better or for worse.