Those First Weird Books

Now we’re up to the point where I really want all of you to join in.

In today’s vlog, I talk about a bunch of the weird books that provided me with the framework for my explorations of the strange and unusual. I want to know what books and experiences you’ve read and had that involve the paranormal and supernatural.

Here’s the promised list of books from me:

There are many, many more than this… and then tons of television shows and documentaries. I could go on for hours and still miss bunches whose titles have faded from my memory, even if the stories and knowledge they contained hasn’t.

If I’d had access back then to the volume of information on ghosts, UFOs, and other paranormal things I have now, all sorts of things would have been so much more amazing. Knowing what I had to go through to get the knowledge I have of this stuff is what really makes me sad that a good bunch of the people–some running podcasts on this very same stuff–don’t know about what I consider basic things (like The Philip Experiment).

Oh… and Von DanikenĀ did open a theme park of sorts. Back in 2003. It really didn’t last as a full-time venture.

Here’s today’s vlog, a quick run through some of my books. Let me know if you like it… but more importantly, tell me the stories you know.

Don’t forget that you have some say over what goes on for the next 100 days… click the big green button below here to get to the page where you can submit topic suggestions and questions (so I know what kinds of things you want to see go on in these videos).

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About Kier

I've been on the web since about 1994. I have a background in a lot of things, including a five year stint as a journalist and over a decade of helping people get their message out to the world.

I write on a number of subjects--everything from relationships to personal development to politics and every day life. I hope you get something worthwhile out of it.

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