Discussion in 'Paranormal' started by Gracie, Jul 11, 2014.
And that you wish you could solve?
I don't have any specific instance to your query. I thought you were asking in a more general sense about the myriad of paranormal phenomena, in which case, as much as all of it is interesting to one degree or another, the one that I find most fascinating and mind-screwing is "remote viewing".
The Bermuda Triangle.
Or the mystery behind the mojo of "The Most Interesting Man in the World".
Yes to the bold. ANY mystery that could be construed as paranormal.
Bermuda Triangle is a good one.
And what about that treasure shaft that nobody can get to? I don't think it is paranormal, but it IS a mystery.
Is that the one they did as an episode of IN SEARCH OF?
With Leonard Nimoy narrating, yeah.
Yup. Seems whomever did it made sure to leave booby traps where it floods.
I recently purchased the entire series on DVD and had not seen the show since I was a teen in the 70's. Just saw that one a month or so ago and was fascinated by it.
IN SEARCH OF actually holds up really well. Love it.
I miss The X Files. Not the latter ones....the ones BEFORE they went all Alien. The stories were cool...well...some were downright gross. Like that redneck family! Oy. And that russian guy that fell in the sewer and turned into this icky germ thing. But that is tv that is just stories.
Myth Hunters is a good show. That's where I got the idea for the Russian Yeti thread. 9 hikers...torn apart. One was missing its eyes..another just her tongue.
Elvis burnt toast.
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