‘The following is a true story adapted exclusively for The Paranormal Report from the author’s ebook on CD, The Secret of Nine. It is a story about a series of Ouija board…


‘What might be called the Long Campaign has created a demand for news of political conflict, and that demand is being duly supplied. At this preposterously early date in the 2004 election…


‘The 1969 Neiman Marcus catalog included a futuristic product called the Honeywell Kitchen Computer. The red and white trapezoidal machine came equipped with an H316 minicomputer, a pedestal, a cutting board, and…


‘US citizen Jose Padilla was an al-Qaeda trained terrorist who planned attacks abroad, the prosecution has said during closing arguments at his Miami trial. ‘Mr Padilla and two co-defendants are accused of…


‘"Many customers around the world continue to be under economic pressure, and they expect Wal-Mart to be their advocate," the company’s chief executive officer, Lee Scott, said on Tuesday. "We will continue…


‘If you think the U.S. has only 160,000 troops in Iraq, think again. ‘With almost no congressional oversight and even less public awareness, the Bush administration has more than doubled the size…



‘The founder of Afro-Netizen.com breaks it not so gently to Web 2.0-lovers that black voters are already easy to find, and aren’t using social networking sites much anyway.’ (MotherJones article). GO TO…





‘A quote in David J. Hufford’s brilliant The Terror That Comes in the Night, a study of "supernatural assault traditions" in dreams, put me onto the trail of James Hillman’s Pan and…


‘LONDON – He’s been called "Bush’s Brain" and "The Architect," but in less than a month President Bush’s closest political adviser, Karl Rove, will be bringing more than a decade of canny…



‘When completed, the highway will run from Mexico City to Toronto, slicing through the heartland like a dagger sunk into a heifer at the loins and pulled clean to the throat. It…


‘In September of 1931 in a small farm house on the Isle of Man, the Irving family began hearing odd sounds coming from the attic of the home. Initially, they sounded like…


‘Josh Caldwell and Hunter Weeks were bored with their cubicle-farm jobs, making good money but feeling empty and unfulfilled. Like many white-collar workers, they dreamed of a life beyond the veal-fattening pens….




‘US loss of control over the flood of weapons into Iraq was highlighted again yesterday when it emerged that Italian anti-Mafia investigators had uncovered an alleged shipment of 105,000 rifles of which…



‘It was here that Rudolph Giuliani, New York’s thrice-married, anti-gun, pro-gay, pro-choice former mayor, found himself one morning in April, in what appeared to be a critical moment in his young campaign…


‘This just in: The Republican CNN/YouTube debate, in limbo for the past few weeks, is on again. ‘But Mitt Romney, who won Saturday’s Iowa straw poll and has criticized the debate format,…


‘"The image of Lenin that emerges from the pages of this book, even the mere mention of him in the title alongside Stalin and Hitler," writes Robert Gellately in the introduction to…


‘The role of science journalists in the developing world is more important than ever.’ (Seed Magazine article). GO TO FULL STORY