I read a lot of UFO literature, a lot of it just plain awful. Yet, I keep going back to the well. Why? Well, every once and a while you find a pretty good read that has fresh information that’s not repetitive or derivative of other works. I found this book to be a terrific read. Click the link to see my full review. ALIENS IN THE BACKYARD
I was recently working as a ghoswriter on a large manuscript about reincarnation for a client, and this entails am extensive amount of research on the subject, even though I knew, or thought I knew, a lot about it before. Anyway, this prompted me to conduct some of my own experiments in exploring past lives, and I post the results here on my Unexplained-Mysteries site:
Reincarnation Time Travel
KEN KORCZAK: UFO buffs will enjoy this somewhat obscure gem by British UFO researcher Nigel Mortimer. It’s his personal story of encounters with the famous glowing orange globes of England’s Ilkley Moor — a bleak and mysterious location of ancient stone monuments, rock carvings and emblems which date back to the Neolithic and Bronze Ages.
I found this short book to be authentic and compelling. To see my review, click: THE CIRCLE AND THE SWORD
In 1979 a Minnesota sheriff’s deputy had a head-on collisions with a mysterious ball of light, making for the most sensational UFO encounter in Minnesota history.
Officer Val Johnson was on a lonely county highway in remote northwest Minnesota at 1:40 a.m. when he spotted a strange, glowing ball of light. Thinking it may have been a downed airplane, he drove toward it. The “energy orb” seemed to react to his presence — it sped toward him at unbelievable speed and smashed into the front of his squad car.
For more than 30 years the UFO community and skeptics have been debating what actually happened on that August night. But now new information may finally offer a satisfactory — yet amazing explanation.
See my story: MINNESOTA’S GREATEST UFO CASE — NEW INFO
KEN KORCZAK: There is a super cool way to grow maybe 100 pounds of potatoes in just a 4×4 sq foot space. There is a catch or two, however, as you will see in my article, but this is still a neato idea.
When you think about it, no one really has to starve. If you have a tiny bit of space and a clever idea, you can really grow a lot of food.
Check out my article, starting here:GROW 100LBS POTATOES
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Ken Korczak: I once worked as a VISTA Volunteer on problems of homelessness. Talk about a daunting and largely thankless job. That was 20 years ago. Today, homelessness is worse than ever. See my recent article: CRACK-DOWN ON PANHANDLERS