A chat transcript with guest Robert Bruce.
If this as yet unidentified primate photographed in Pennsylvania on September 17 is indeed Bigfoot, these would be among the best photographs of the elusive animal ever taken. This will be Linda Howe’s report on Dreamland this week, along with an interview by Jeff Meldrum, who was on last week’s Dreamland show! To see the photos, click here.
Art credit: Dana Augustine
If you missed last week?s Dreamland show, which was on a serious book about Sasquatch, you can download it to an MP3 disc and listen to it in your car or while sipping a cup of tea in the kitchen (away from your computer)?but ONLY if you subscribe today!
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In her new book Sage-Ing While Age-Ing, Shirley MacLaine claims that Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich saw a UFO hovering in the sky during a visit to her home when she lived in Washington State.
She describes the sighting as a “gigantic triangular craft, silent, and observing him. It hovered, soundless, for ten minutes or so, and sped away with a speed he couldn’t comprehend,” and says “he said he felt a connection in his heart and heard directions in his mind.”
UPDATE – If you watched the evening news anytime during the past two weeks, you saw images of forest fires roaring through suburban neighborhoods in California. Does global warming have anything to do with this? UPDATE: Thanks to lower winds and the tireless efforts of firefighters, the California fires are finally winding down. Can a wildfire ever put ITSELF out? In theory it could, but it’s unlikely.
LiveScience.com reports that fires give off heat and hot air rises. When it hits the cooler air above it, the water in the air condenses into cumulus clouds. These COULD turn into thunderstorms, releasing enough water to put out the fire that created them.