Monday, October 23, 2006

High Strangeness

I'll be writing more about High Strangeness as time goes. But the term has come to refer to the tendency for different sorts of paranormal phenomenon to interelate in unexpected ways. In times past, when ufology's dominant paradigm was of extraterrestrial visitors, how could one deal with reports of poltergeists, or ghosts, or Bigfoot being associated with UFOs. And yet such reports were not as uncommon as many might expect. Here is an example from Massachusetts in 2004, in which a UFO sighting leads to a blistered hand, poltergeist-style movement of objects, and a powdery residue.

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