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Austin Live Theatre: Surfin’ UFO, Electronic Planet Ensemble at the Vortex

Surfin’ UFO Electronic Planet Ensemble presents Surfin’ UFO, a multi-dimensional, multi-media, inter-galactic love story. Feel the power of nature riding inside the curl of a monster wave. Fall in love with a space girl. The Anunnaki are knocking at your door, and one of them looks just like Bridgitte Bardot. Planet X, 2012, crop circles, Roswell, ancient … Read entire article »

Filed under: Aliens, Art, Austin, Events, Flying Saucers, metaphysics, Music, Science Fiction, Theater, UFO

March Art Events at The South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Opening Reception for Powell St. John “Surrealistically Fantastical Art on Display” www.SAMOPC.org Host: South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Type: Music/Arts – Opening Network: Global Date: Saturday, March 14, 2009 Time: 7:00pm – 11:00pm Location: South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Street: 1516-B S Lamar Blvd City/Town: Austin, TX : View Map Google MapQuest Microsoft Yahoo Phone: 512-440-8318 Email: samopc@samopc.org Facebook | Opening Reception for Powell St. John South Austin Museum of Popular Culture March 2009 Events   March 7 Powell St. John exhibit opens; artist reception March 14 At the Museum March 13 Special Display of Vulcan Gas Company Posters & Photos Psych Fest Radio Room, 508 East 6th Street Start Time: 8:30 pm March 14 Powell St. John Exhibit Reception 7:09pm Music by Powell St. John 8:00 pm Special guest Alex Maas At the Museum, $5 donation requested March 18 Austin Chronicle Music Awards Special Museum display featuring Doug Sahm Austin Music Hall March 19 – 22 Flatstock 20- conference of the members of the American Poster Institute Thurs., March 19 1pm – 6pm Fri., Sat. Sun. March 20, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Art, Austin, Events, Fortean, News

911 Truther Shoots Movement in Foot – Commits Pseudocide

911 Truther Shoots Movement in Foot – Commits Pseudocide by SMiles Lewis As if the 911 Truth Movement weren’t weird and ridiculed enough already – now it goes and shoots itself in the foot … again. How often do people come across a severed human head lying in the middle of the road? Apparently as often as someone might happen to tune-in and hear a radio-show co-host commit suicide live on the air. Or is it simply a matter of weirdness acting as a strange attractor for ever more weirdness? Whatever the explanation, I witnessed both within forty-eight hours of each other. On Tuesday, January 6th at about 2:35 pm (Central Standard Time) I was tuning in to the webradio stream of upstart Austin alternative media outlet, Freedom Underground Radio. This is the new … Read entire article »

Filed under: 911, Art, California, Conspiracy, Featured, hoaxes, Internet, News, SMiles Lewis

“Cryptozoology” photo exhibit at St.Edward’s University

Loren Coleman posted an item over at Cryptomundo today about an art exhibit at St. Edward’s Universtity, here in Austin, TX. Jeff Wilson’s Cryptozoology photo exhibit, running through November 5 at the St. Edward’s University Fine Arts Gallery (map), is described as photography that “subtly insinuate(s) the existence of the mythological, mysterious and unexplained in everyday life .” While, as Loren notes, the description of cryptozoology used in the full text of the promo material is flawed, I’ll reserve my judgement until after I’ve had a chance to look at the exhibit. I was also intrigued by the fact that the next exhibit, opening after Cryptozoology, is the Alchemy. (Granted this is art from David Mack‘s Marvel icons book Kabuki, and not related in any way to historical alchemists or alchemy, but the Fortean in me couldn’t … Read entire article »

Filed under: Art, Austin, Bigfoot, Cryptozoology, Events, Featured, Fortean, Jeremy D. Wells, Jeremy Wells, News, Sasquatch, Texas, Uncategorized, Yeti

Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie

Southern Ohio may seem a world-away from the Pacific Northwest habitat one typically pictures when they hear the word Bigfoot, but the region does have a rich history of hairy biped reports. The rugged Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio, in particular, have a number of reports from the Shawnee State Forest in Scioto and Adams Counties, and the Wayne National Forest further east. In his book “Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates” Loren Coleman recounts the story of a devil monkey seen in the Duncansville area of Adams County. (Duncansville, which is mostly Amish owned hilltop pasture land and forest, is a short drive from the famous Serpent Mound and was a destination for curiosity seekers in the mid to late 1980s because of an image of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Art, Austin, Bigfoot, Cryptozoology, Economy, Featured, Fortean, History, Jeremy D. Wells, Jeremy Wells, Movies, Politics, SXSW

Real or Surreal – Black Ops Badges

by SMiles Lewis Some time back I saw this allegedly official patch for stealth bomber pilots and crew. The 509th Bomber Wing were the first atomic bomb flyers and were based out of Roswell, New Mexico. I never thought it was likely to be real. Then last year friend and fellow researcher Greg Bishop wrote about his encounter with the patch while working on a new British documentary called Mirage Men. Apparently, UFO researcher Curtis Peebles had acquired one of the patches. And another UFO researcher, Dennis Balthaser actually called the Air Force and interrogated someone over the phone trying to ascertain the validity and meaning behind the patch. Now, it appears that an artist and activist named Trevor Paglen is having a bit of fun doing what he likes to do most, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Aliens, Art, Conspiracy, Featured, Fortean, Government, News, SMiles Lewis, UFO