Links to other sites.
Right now, this is essentially just a big list of links. Have fun with them.
- The 60 Greatest
Conspiracies Of All Time. Yes, it's a promotional site, but it's
exceptionally good: as far as I'm concerned, it is the
source for conspiracy information on the net. Ignore the weird Java crap.
- The Kook Museum.
The corresponding site to the Conspiracies, this Museum is a brilliant
compilation of the best the weird have to offer.
- Saucer Smear, the
magazine that proves that humor exists in UFOlogy, and more should.
Exceptionally good. Read it now.
Propaganda Analysis Homepage. With plenty of examples, natch.
- Doug Thompson's DC
Darkside column is a brilliant look at the underbelly of Our Nation's
Capital (tm). My favorite is the story of Sally. Coming in
very close second is When
The Job Doesn't Matter Anymore. There's also the disturbing "When A Stranger
- Center of Attention. "The
News and Comment of the Ascencion movement." "COA brings you the latest
in ET contact, UFO stories and spiritual information from a number
sources..." [sic] COA newsletters are regularly posted to alt.conspiracy
and are an blend of naive UFOlogy and well-meaning New Age philosophy. Be
sure to check out the archives section! More mumbo-jumbo than you could
shake a stick at even if you wanted to.
- The Art Bell Web Page. Art
Bell is a radio talk show host, whose nationally syndicated show
"Dreamland" is chock full of UFO information, news of the paranormal and
the unexplained, and in essence, everything you would expect from a show
called "Dreamland." This site is nearly impossible to describe. It has a
little bit of everything. As an example, here are two articles taken
essentially at random: [The
Chupacabra Lives On!] [Heaven's Gate Suicide
Page]. Welcome to Dreamland, folks!
- The Rapture Index. How
close are we to the Apocalypse? Don't forget to stop in at the
beautifully straightfaced Rapture Indicator for a
quantitative look, so that you know exactly how close "close" is.
- The Communion
Homepage. Yes, Whitley Streiber is back again. Don't forget to read
all the Streiber files at Saucer Smear up above before you go to this
half-promotional, half-schizophrenically delusional site.
- The CSICOP page. I'm a
supporter of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of
the Paranormal, but think they should get a less ominous-sounding acronym,
either that or start issuing a dress code and Man-In-Black uniforms.
- Conspiracy Nation
Archives. This terrific mini-zine is a favorite of all serious
readers of alt.conspiracy. Brian Redman can be proud of this magnificent
back to the FBI-SAD Page.