Links of the Day

Does Anyone Remember Hillary Clinton’s Seance-Like Encounters With the Late Eleanor Roosevelt?

Return to Oz: The Most Controversial Magazine of the ’60s Goes Online

Why So Many Scientists Are So Ignorant

Even 500 Years After His Death, Hieronymus Bosch Still Hasn’t Lost His Appeal

We Drank Soma, We Became Immortal

The Victorians Regarded Charlotte Brontë As Course and Immoral

The Strange Case of William T. Horton

Not All Racists Monuments Should Be Torn Down

When It’s Good To Be Bad

Secret Caves Beneath Scottish Suburb May Have Been Used for Human Sacrifice

Are Cult Members Insane?

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Links of the Day

How Mark Twain’s Ghost Almost Set Off the Copyright Battle of the Century

Clinton Aide Seeks UFO Files

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt: The Original Ghostbuster

The Premature Death of the Video Store and Why It’s Worth Saving

What If ET Observers Called, But Nobody Heard?

How We Lost the Moon

The Spy In the Doll Shop

Aldous Huxley: Mescalin, Mystics, and Madness

Think Big, Be Free, Have Sex: 10 Reasons to Be an Existentialist

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Links of the Day

Psychic Archaeology

Inside the LSD Museum That the DEA Somehow Hasn’t Torn Into the Ground

Psychic Exposed NYDP Cop As a Pedophile

Minds Everywhere: Panpsychism Takes Hold In Science

The Differences Between Men’s and Women’s Brains

What UFOs Mean For People Who Don’t Trust Science

The Royal Mummies of Peru

American Utopianism: Short Lived, Much Loved

What We Can Learn From the Medieval Attitude Toward Pagans

The Psychology of the Breathtakingly Stupid Mistake

God Is Laughing At You


Links for the Day

Prints of Darkness: Macabre Vintage Posters

The First Artificial Insemination Was an Ethical Nightmare

No, You Haven’t Read This Déjà Vu Story Before

Baltimore Psychologist Pioneers Team Using Psychedelics as Sacred Medicine

How Real Is Reality?

What the Psychic Twins Predict for This Year

The Fried Eggs of Jorge Luis Borges

Mathematicians Reveal the Best Way to Slice Pizza

Choosing Questions For Trivia is Not Trivial

Were Neanderthals Human?

It’s Been 50 Years Since Batman Went “Bam!”and “Pow”

The Brothers Vonnegut

Goodbye, Mister Bowie

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Links of the Day

Body Hackers and Bioengineers Are Making Dallas a Hub for Implantable Electronics

The Radioactive Remedy

How Books Can Sap the Soul and Poison Readers with Ideas

A Better Theory of Ghosts

Psychedelic Spiritual Experience — An Integral View

The Secret of NIMH Isn’t So Far Fetched

True Crime Stories: A Centuries Old Craze From Ben Franklin to Making a Murderer

Edward Gorey’s Wonderfully Illustrated Envelopes and Letters

The Significance of Sarah Baartman

Life at One of England’s Last Tolstoyan Communes

A Journey to the Oldest Cave Paintings in the World

Devil Music: A History of the Occult in Rock & Roll

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Links of the Day

Stanford Physicist Proclaims We Have Evidence of UFOs

The Children Who Have Lived Before

Giant Golden Statue of Mao Zedong Appears in Chinese Countryside

HPPD: The Psychedelic Trip that Never Ends

Prophet Motive: The Khalil Gibran Phenomenon

Petition to Name New Heavy Metal Element “Lemmium” In Honor of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister

The Man Who Studies the Spread of Ignorance

Five Missing Kings and Queens and Where We Might Find Them

The Secret to Great Art Forgeries

On Shit: Profanities as Weltanschauung

How Are Horoscopes Still a Thing?

Henry Rollins Doesn’t Want to Record Morrissey Being Burned Alive After All


Links of the Day

Conjuring the Magic in New York’s Past

Kratom, an Addict’s Alternative, Is Found to Be Addictive

Did an English Scientist’s Electrical Experiments Inspire Frankenstein?

Skeleton Found Under Primary School Could Be an Executed Pirate

Magical Thinking: The History of Science, Sorcery and the Spiritual

My Adventures in Soviet Cuisine

Take a Tour of America’s Most Toxic Town

Marie Antoinette Used Invisible Ink and Secret Stamps in Love Letters to a Swedish Count

Do We Really Want to Fuse Our Brains Together?