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The newest issue of Strange Magazine is now available exclusively online! Eyes have been seen to glow, flash, and even project beams of light! In issue 23 we investigate the phenomenon of animal and human eyeglow. Mystery objects imbedded in asphalt — known as Toynbee Tiles — have been sighted in locations from New York to Chile. Who could be making these mysterious tiles and what, if anything, is their meaning? Editor Mark Chorvinsky continues his two-decade-long investigation into a photograph of a large bird or pterodactyl affixed to the side of a barn, with some cowboy-types standing in front of it. This latest installment takes a look into the small but growing number of Thunderbird Photograph hoaxes. Vincent H. Gaddis looks into tales of huge sailing ships abandoned in the sands of the deserts of California's Imperial and Coachella Valleys. The Cottingley Fairies Photo case is examined by Douglas Petherbridge, who also reviews several Fairy feature films. Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker parades the marvelous and monstrous, including the short-lived enigma of Ward's Zebra, the Orange Squirrels of Boston, moose-cows, silver cats, whales with legs, Living Unicorns, Pseudo-Sea Monsters and the Hydra of Heracles, the Bones of the Thunder Horse; and the purple cow — from rhyme to reality! First Person is an ongoing collection of alleged firsthand experiences with the stranger side of life including Green Glowing Wood, the Potato from Elsewhere, a Grim Reaper Encounter, Chesapeake Bay Plesiosaur Sighting, a Translucent Pterodactyl, and more. Strange news from around the world includes the Sea Serpent of Cape Breton; Flattened Corn fields; Chilean Dinosaur Kangaroos; Furry Hopping Shark; Globster Identified; Iranian, Caspian and Ottawan UFOs; Ghosts in Plymouth Naval Docks; and Japanese Robot Gladiators.
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In Strange 22 you will find the results of the ongoing investigation into accounts of a photograph of a large pterodactyl-like creature mounted on a barn, with cowboys in front of it. In this issue we focus on the Frontier Press and its coverage of monster cases. Also: previously secret information on the man who may have created the most famous Bigfoot of all, Mark Opsasnick's report on the infamous Luzo-Brazilian black magic cult, strange creatures galore in Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker's "Menagerie of Mystery," Greek forteana, and Letters from America's Roadside: "The House on the Rock." Dare you miss Douglas Petherbridge's and Dr. Paul Chambers' articles on nocturnal visitations — apparent manifestations of entities from beyond reality? Plus: reviews, clips and First Person — personal encounters with strangeness. CLICK HERE to find out how to purchase online access to Strange 22 and be on the cutting edge of strange phenomena investigation!
In Strange 21 enjoy the massive first part of Mark Chorvinsky's in-depth investigation into the Thunderbird Photograph, Mark Opsasnick's investigation of the infamous "Crybaby Bridge," an Exorcist Case Update, Ulrich Magin's revelations of the Cuxhaven Incident, Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker's "Menagerie of Mystery," and a look at a selection of Indiana "things." Also reviews, clips and First Person accounts of encounters with the unexplained. CLICK HERE to find out how to purchase online access to Strange 21.
Before becoming an exclusively online magazine, twenty print issues of Strange Magazine were published. Nineteen of these back issues are still available for purchase exclusively from this site. At one time or another our print magazine covered crystal skulls, haunted places, time travel, underground mysteries, sea monsters, carnivorous plants, and many more unusual topics. Follow this link for descriptions of Strange Magazine back issues.
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Study of Sea Monsters Helps Greater Understanding
Time-Traveling Sea Monkeys
The Most Mysterious Manuscript of All
"Secrets" Revealed of Area 51
Brave Mad World: The Control of Mind and Body
Primates in the News
Teleportation Of Information
The Foot At The Wrong End
The Robot With Heart
Fake Bigfoot On Ice
The Mystical James Bond
The Bishop and the Little People
The Controversial Crystal Skulls
Creating the Time Machine
Chupacabra And/Or Very Ugly Coyote?
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Beast in the Loch
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Is time travel possible? Numerous strangemag.com writers take a variety of approaches to this controversial topic.
Douglas Chapman and Sherrill Roberts describe the results of a monster-inspired panic in India during 2001. Whether monster, monkey or man, its claimed depradations were reported worldwide.
The Mystery of Chance
Peter A. Jordan on Jung and the significance of synchronicity.
The Art of Honest Deception
Author/illusionist Vincent H. Gaddis explores how people are fooled.
The Definitive Sea Serpent
Matthew Bille on the seemingly inexplicable 1905 case in which two zoologists observed a "sea monster."
John Moore, Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker and Mark Chorvinsky discuss the mysterious carcasses that have washed up on the world's beaches.
Nessie and Other Lake Monsters
Tour our Loch Ness Monster primer. Also check out lake monsters such as:
Champ (VT/NY), the Lake Storsjon Monster(Sweden), Nahuelito (Patagonia), and Ogopogo (B.C., Canada).
Kurt W. Burchfiel's reports on his search for the beastie of Norway’s Lake Seljordsvatnet in The Serpent’s Tale.
How could Loch Ness support a breeding population of large crypto-creatures? One theory is provided in Rogue Nessie
The Jersey Devil of the Pine Barrens
Anthony Perticaro examines the fact and folklore of the Jersey Devil.
Scott Bruffey visits a convention of ghost hunters in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and tries to get in the spirit.
Fauna in the Canon
Ronald Rosenblatt considers of some of the cryptozoological aspects of the Holmes canon.
Invaders from Elsewhere
Bruce Lanier Wright takes us on a whirlwind tour of the modern cultural history of UFOs.
Strangemag.com Editor Mark Chorvinsky explores the phenomena of red rain and blood showers.
Those Enigmatic Erratics
Phil Rife looks at cases of archeological oddities found in places that they should not be.
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