You guys liked the first edition of The Fort Report, so it’s here to stay! At least until I get sick of writing it..
What’s on tap from the wide world of the weird for March 20th, 2013? New galaxies, terrible ghost hunters, Russian mystery movies, penis snatchers, UFOs, and some shameless self-promotion. Read on for the day’s most obscure news, weirdos!
In this review of the Season 8 DVD set of SyFy’s Ghost Hunters, Lex Walker argues that each season automatically sucks because they haven’t found a single ghost in eight years. Finding Bigfoot.. take note.
A new film by a Hollywood director has revived a mystery of how a group of Soviet hikers met their grisly deaths on a Russian mountainside in unexplained circumstances more than 50 years ago. If you want to hear more about the Dyatlov Pass Incident, including some rare photographs, we covered the case awhile back.
On the first installment of “Aliens: The Definitive Guide,” premiering tonight, famed theoretical physicist Michio Kaku is among those who take a strong stand on the biggest questions about the search for intelligent life in the universe.
Shameless self promotion, pure and simple. I had the chance to chat with Jim Harold about the allure of the paranormal, Black Eyed Kids, and what it’s like making movies about chasing monsters (with no money). Go give it a listen!
On June 11th, the critically acclaimed documentary podcast series Euphomet returns for a second season, featuring eight new episodes exploring astonishing supernatural lives and a partnership with Planet Weird...
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