Monday, March 26, 2012

Celebrity paranormal

I have a new web site addiction.

It's called Doubtful News.  The site pledges to bring, "Paranormal, psuedoscience, and anomalous news" coupled with the tag line, "Can you really believe this stuff?"  In terms of topics it's a veritable smorgasbord of the weird but the most enticing aspect of the site is its celebrity news.  Here are just a few of the exciting tidbits I've found:

It was once rumored that Charles Manson auditioned to be a member of the Monkees.  Turns out that was concoction from none other than Davy Jones himself.  When asked why he didn't attempt to quash the rumor, he replied that he feared that would make it stronger.

Whitney Houston's death was an occult sacrifice made by the Satanic secret society that runs Hollywood and the music business.

Fran Drescher believes that she and her now ex-husband were abducted by aliens.  She points to identical scars in identical locations on their hands as evidence, saying that's where the alien implants were placed.  Her ex maintains that the scars came from either a drill bit or a hot cup of water.  "That's what the aliens programmed us to think," Drescher reasoned.

Will Ferrell demanded a new trailer on a recent movie set.  He claimed the original one provided to him was haunted by ghosts from a nearby graveyard.

Kanye West is convinced that he caught footage of a UFO during his last video shoot.  "Ima let you judge for yourself..."

Head over to Doubtful News.  It's all there.  In the meantime, here's what's been in the rotation on my playlist:

"Gun Shy," 10,000 Maniacs
"King of Comedy," R.E.M.
"Big Mouth Strikes Again," The Smiths
"No Surprises," Radiohead

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