The Perfect Book for Halloween: Ed Wood and the Lost Lugosi Screenplays by Robert Guffey on October 13 via Cryptoscatology: For years, eccentric cinephiles have obsessed over the minutiae of the strange…
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Last night marked my return to Adam Sayne’s Conspiranormal podcast. Unlike the vast majority of interviews I’ve done during the past few months regarding my book, Chameleo, this conversation centers mainly on my first book, Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form…
Here are just a few of the nightmares waiting to leap from the pages of Flying Saucers Are Real! and wriggle inside your brain cavities with catastrophic intentions
In the wake of a tsunami of “lone nut” shootings that have flooded the United States in recent months, mainstream news sources are at last publishing extensive articles that dare to mention the formerly taboo word known as “gangstalking.”
United Together (or) Everything You Need to Know About Campaign 2016 Can Be Learned from THE PRISONER
Anyone confused by the blatantly Machiavellian/Orwellian/Huxleyesque machinations on display during this unique campaign season need only watch a single episode of an almost fifty-year-old television show to fully comprehend the peculiarities of the nightmarish dilemma in which we now find ourselves.
To commemorate Barack Obama’s final Independence Day while serving as President of the United States, I present to you an important missive I recently mailed to the White House….
In the wake of Prince’s recent premature death, it might be illuminating to revisit his April 27, 2009 comments regarding the controversial chemtrail phenomenon
For several decades Griffith Park in Los Angeles has been a nexus of weird events.
Debuting today is the latest episode of the popular podcast THE HIGHERSIDE CHATS, in which host Greg Carlwood conducts a two-hour-long interview with Yours Truly…
This past Tuesday evening I delivered a lecture about my book Chameleo: A Strange but True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction, and Homeland Security to a group of Freemasons at The DeMolay Masonic Anaheim Cente
A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Five: Old Fires Still Catch Old Buildings)
Do the unexpected. Because the architects of these gangstalking operations have access to an unlimited black budget and exotic technologies far beyond one’s weirdest nightmares, perhaps it’s best to use more ancient tools of which the opposition are only barely aware.
For about two hours we discussed my book Chameleo, unconstitutional government surveillance, police harassment, invisibility technology, Freemasonry, Philip K. Dick, and related topics.
A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Four: Methods of Resistance)
Despite the dire seriousness of the gangstalking phenomenon (and if he had the ability to speak to us today, someone like Trayvon Martin could probably attest to how serious this situation really is), the bungling, Barney-Fife-quality of some of these perps can nonetheless be darkly amusing at times.
A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Three: Surveillance Role Players)
The desire for control runs rampant through our 21st century society. What with the advent of Facebook, YouTube, and other such self-surveillance technology, many citizens aren’t afraid of the rise of Big Brother anymore. Instead, they want to be Big Brother.
A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Two: Total Deniability)
Plausible deniability, so in vogue during the Watergate era, has now been supplanted by total deniability.
Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part One: Welcome to Gudavia)
According to Pew Research, the respectability of the brand name known as the United States appears to be locked in freefall. Let’s begin with a brief excerpt from Andrea Peterson’s 7-14-14 Washington…
Not long ago, I was waiting for a bus on the corner of Sterns and Bellflower in Long Beach after having purchased two heavy bags of groceries from Trader Joe’s when I…
After writing a brilliant book entitled Tod Browning’s Dracula (Tomahawk Press, 2015), in which the 1931 cinematic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula is lovingly analyzed by film historian Gary D….
The Cryptoscatology Top Ten: The Best Comic Books of 2015! by Robert Guffey on December 16 via Cryptoscatology: 1. A Ditko by Steve Ditko (published by Robin Snyder & Steve Ditko): It’s…
via Cryptoscatology: Avant-garde painter Paul Laffoley passed away on November 16th at the age of 75. He was without a doubt one of the most unique, engaging, innovative individuals I’ve ever met. …