In Defence of Alex Jones: An InfoWars Writer Speaks Out

In Defence of Alex Jones: An InfoWars Writer Speaks Out


After Greg’s post on May 26, I almost feel like I’m standing up in front of a roomful of alcoholics at an AA meeting, but here goes nothin’… “My name is Donna Anderson and I’m a writer for Alex Jones’”  There, I said it.  And yes, I’m pretty proud to be associated with Alex Jones.   Now, sit back for a minute, grab a cuppa, and let me tell you why.

The first time I heard Alex Jones speak was way back in 2004, I think.  At the time, I was running a paper route in the middle of the night, believe it or not, and every night while I was driving around I’d listen to Coast to Coast AM Radio with George Noory.

Like most people, the first time I heard AJ speak I was like, “Whoa!  This dude is a total over-the-top whack job!”  He was shouting.  He went off on wild tangents.  He interrupted Noory time and time again and completely monopolized the conversation.  Listening to him on the radio I imagined him sitting in front of a microphone, flailing his arms in the air, looking like Einstein or some wild and crazy I’m-gonne-take-over-the-world scientist type guy.


Alex_Jones_offers_insight_of_Bohemian_Grove_2011The only thing that kept me interested during that first show was the fact that he was talking about the supernatural and unnatural activities at Bohemian Grove – hence his appearance on a paranormal talk show.

At that time, I’d never heard of Bohemian Grove, and even though I found AJ a little off-putting, I was intrigued, intrigued enough to do some research when I got home.  And much to my surprise, Alex wasn’t the only one talking about the sinister, late-night bonfires at Bohemian Grove.  And even more surprising – Bohemian Grove was connected to American politics, a subject I’d never in my life been interested in.

Now, many of you, I’m sure, since you’re fans of Who Forted (as am I!) have probably listened to a talk show or watched some asinine TV show with Ryan Buell (Yeah, I had to get that in there.  I owe him one!) and thought, “What a bunch of bullshit!  This guy is clearly a whack job, just out trying to make a buck off a bunch of suckers!”

But. You. Continued. To. Watch.

Why?  Because it was a topic you were interested in.  And because, while you were watching or listening, you were also thinking.  You were challenging yourself and you were challenging the speaker.  You were assimilating the information, filing it away with what you already knew, comparing it to what you already knew to be fact and fiction, weighing the evidence, turning it over in your mind.

If you’re a curious, intelligent, intellectual human being, which I’m sure you are since you follow this blog (as am I!), then you probably also stepped away after the show and did a little research.  Maybe you only wanted to prove the guy wrong, but you dug a little deeper and you learned something new.

Anybody who goes against the beliefs expressed by the Mainstream Media is considered a whack job, no matter what topic you’re discussing.  Here’s a personal example…

A year ago I wrote an article here, for Who Forted, about Black Eyed Children.  I believe, to this day, it’s still one of the most popular posts on this blog and it still gets comments every week.  Obviously, many, many people liked this article, but I now have a couple of nasty stalkers who follow me on Infowars and anywhere else they can find me and flame me for being a bat-shit crazy paranormal writer who “believes in ghosts and witches and stuff” and who’s willing to write about anything, for anyone, just to make a buck.

530790907_alex_jones_obama_terrorist_xlargeSo there are people out there who think I’m crazy as a loon for the same reasons they think Alex Jones is crazy – I talk about stuff that goes against popular belief.  According to the mainstream media, your parents, your friends, and your teachers, anyone who believes in the existence of Black Eyed Children is bat-shit crazy, just like anyone who believes in the Illuminati or government initiated false flags, is a “conspiracy theorist.”

But you at least believe in the possibility of the existence of Black Eyed Children so, whether you liked my writing style or not, whether you liked my presentation or not, you read that article, you stored the information, and many of you joined in the comments on this blog.  Many of you also started conversations on other forums based on the article you read here on Who Forted, which helped spread the information to an even broader audience.

Here’s my point:  My goal, and the goal of most informational-type writers (if that’s even a word), isn’t to convince you to believe me or swing you over to my side.  My goal is to present information in a way that grabs your attention and makes you think.  I know before I even start writing that it’s going to be impossible to make 100 percent of the readers agree with me 100 percent of the time.  All I want to do is open a dialog with you.

Alex Jones may be bat-shit crazy, but, according to a lot of closed-minded people, so am I – yet you’re still here reading.  Why?  Because you’re interested.  You have an open mind and you want to be informed on every side of the issue.

Alex Jones doesn’t care if you think he’s crazy.  He doesn’t care if you don’t like his rants.   He doesn’t care if you think he’s right or wrong – he enticed you to listen.  What he cares about is getting his message out there and making you think.  If, after listening to one of his shows, you’re tempted to do even one little Google search to prove him wrong, then he’s accomplished his goal – he’s opened a dialog and he’s made you think.


Join the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and get awesome perks!

Donna Anderson
Donna Anderson is a freelance journalist living in Columbus, Ohio who believes that something really is out there, you really can't trust anyone, and sometimes, mysterious “things” really do go bump in the night. A long-time fan of Coast to Coast AM she previously covered some of the more exciting and weird topics in her column at and she currently writes for Alex Jones and Too lazy to maintain her own blog and looking for a more open-minded audience platform, she approached the gang at Who Forted?, who graciously agreed to let her talk about whatever she wants – as long as she avoids the topic of leprechauns.
Donna Anderson

Leave a Reply

Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted

I don’t dislike him because he goes against the mainstream, which plenty of us do, I dislike him because:
“He was shouting. He went off on wild tangents. He interrupted Noory time and time again and completely monopolized the conversation.”
That behavior leaves no room for discussion or debate in a conversation. It’s doing the opposite of opening a dialogue. It entices me to *not* listen, even if the topic is appealing.

Actually, he doesn’t make me listen. As soon as I see him on a program or see something from him on the net, I move on. I really can’t listen to that style of ranting at all. There is no logic or train of thought to follow. I’ve tried, I just can’t endure the pain for long at all, so choose to move right past it.

Donna Anderson

That’s cool, Mausinn. What a boring world it would be if we all had the same likes and dislikes.

The truth is though Donna I couldn’t stomach Alex Jones long enough to even begin to guess whether or not he was the hustlin’ two faced schill some allege until I watched an episode Dave Harrison put up on his Trade With Dave blog and I suspect Dave ain’t exactly his biggest fan either. In that interview with the Obama Phone Lady and her ol’ man Jones was so circumspect and restrained and gentle he actually had me eatin’ out his hand. Even Max Keiser who I normally adore can be so overbearing when he goes into one of his… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hey alanborky, Ya know.. If you think about it, we all have people in our lives who tend to go off on rants about .. whatever.. Usually it’s something they’re passionate about. Heck, I’ve gone off on a few rants myself. We all have. We know when we’re in the middle of that rant that we’re turning half our listeners off – you can see it in their eyes. But we also know we’re grabbing the attention of someone out there on the fringe who might not have paid attention otherwise. And that person who’s paying attention is going to… Read more »
It helps if the “dislikes” include a talk-show host who’s made predictions that have been shown over and over to be delusions: “Lesser magic,” Alex? Really? What comic book ad gave you that concept? As for the fortean stuff, I come here because I find it interesting in the same way I find Stephen King interesting: “What new entertaining fiction has been elaborated on today?” The difference is that King doesn’t really believe in demon clowns or vampires. Just because you watch Marble Hornets and read up on Slenderman doesn’t mean you actually entertain the possibility that a faceless… Read more »

this isn’t a matter of preference, it’s a matter of basic communication skills. as HellFish says Alex frequwntly “leaves no room for discussion or debate in a conversation. It’s doing the opposite of opening a dialogue.”

and what’s with the tactical bath? i mean honestly, how can someone rant about the rich and their narcissism in one breath and hock useless shit to people in the next?

“sit back for a minute, grab a cuppa, and let me tell you why”.
Nope. TL;DR.
On the internet, attention is earned.
Wich, incidently, also disproves your supposed point about getting the message out by any means. Once a rant has been identified as a rant, all of us casual vievers tune out and you’re left by yourself preacing to each other.

I was a Alex Jones fan until he banned me from his site for speaking my mind. If you go against his grain of thought too often he will remove you like a pile of trash. So much for the concept of free speech he openly promotes.

Greg Newkirk

But how did you know there was a point about getting the message out if you didn’t bother reading the entire thing?

Scrolled down to the final paragraph,yo. That’s where you must go if you want to “drop the TL”. 😉

Donna Anderson

For web readers with short attention spans…Yeah, what HE said.

Ah just when I was startin’ to fall out o’ love there y’go bein’ dead cute all over again!

The reason I don’t listen to alex jones is because he is either clinically insane or extremely manipulative! He takes what little information he has to create stories to strike fear into people who are crazy enough to listen and believe him. This is a man who uses attacks from terrorists to his own advantage for his listening and viewing ratings! Every terrorist act I can remember for the last decade has been a false flag according to him and his shit website. And to top it off he also believes that the ” world government” wants to exterminate 90%… Read more »
“Why does everyone want to believe there is something wrong with the world?” Really? Because, let’s face it, there’s NOTHING wrong with this absolutely PERFECT world, in all it’s God-created glory . . . You might as well be saying ‘baa-baa baa’, because you sound like a sheep. Wake up, and smell the evil, because it’s all around you. Alex might be over the top, but he’s far from evil. The real evil lies in governments who spy on and kill their own citizens, on greedy, war-mongering asswipes who make money from war, and those who live with their heads… Read more »

Does Alex Belive all that or is he just telling you what has been declassifed or reported on?

hey buddy FUCK YOU

Adam Moore
I’ve listened to evangelists pontificate and mad men orate with the same interest of trying to understand where they are coming from. It’s part of the reason why I’m a writer because I’m not just interesting in “my” side of a story, I’m interested in all sides. I don’t/won’t listen to Pat Robertson’s senile infused hate speech/drivel or Kirk Cameron’s bonkers ideas about religion and their place in our world but it’s not because I don’t want to hear it per se, it’s because ideas can be like viruses. Bad ideas tend to spread like outbreaks whereas great ideas are… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hi Adam, I’m kinda with you on Pat Robertson – I think he goes overboard on some of his ideas about men and women and their roles in marriage, and I do choose not to listen to him at all because of that – which is probably wrong because he might have something worthwhile to say buried under all that crap. But sometimes it takes something abrasive to draw you attention to an issue you might never have noticed. You know, like when you can’t stand that annoying squeak any longer so you take your car to the mechanic and… Read more »
Adam Moore
I agree with you about the squeaky brakes bit. However, what if after you took your car to the mechanic he just said, “The brakes are going to be squeaky for the rest of the car’s life. That’s just how they are. Lifetime brakes are like that.” My point is that if you have a message worth getting across to people, it’s probably better to be as non-abrasive about it as possible so that people will want to hear it. The guy telling me bad news shouldn’t give me reason to want to see him silenced. I understand being passionate… Read more »

Sorry, Donna. I love your articles – particularly the ones about the BEKs – but the latest televised interviews with Alex Jones have not endeared him to me. The interview he had with Piers Morgan (who is also someone I can barely stand), his fiasco of calling the Boston Bombing a False Flag operation two hours after it was reported, and his continually bombastic behavior turns me right off. He doesn’t open dialogues with people, he shouts at them or over them in an effort to be the loudest person in the room.

Donna Anderson

No need to apologize, Coppertop. I respect your opinion and thank you for sharing it. It’s all about engagement and dialog, man. And glad you liked the BEK article. Still one of my faves!

“Alex Jones may be bat-shit crazy, but, according to a lot of closed-minded people, so am I – yet you’re still here reading. Why? Because you’re interested. You have an open mind and you want to be informed on every side of the issue.”
By that definition, we should give a podium to the kid who pulls a fire alarm for ha-has.
Do better than this.

Donna Anderson

We HAVE – but I’m not going to turn this into a political discussion. Wrong blog, wrong forum. 🙂

We HAVE given a podium to the kid that pulled the fire alarm for “ha-has”: that podium is called SOCIAL MEDIA. Twitter… Facebook… MySpace (now I’m dating myself): They all evolved from the BLOG. That makes the blog = Social Media v1.0. The distinction between a true work of journalism and the work product of a “Social Media Commentator” is what can be seen in the writer’s content (or rather can’t be seen): the writer themselves. And while I agree – readers are trying to be informed on every side of the issue – they are often falling short and… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Jeremy Ward, you’re spot on, buddy. But I’ll go a step further.. Even the lines that form the boundaries for a “true work of journalism” have blurred these days. We typically associate the word “journalism” with the reporters we see on TV and in the New York Times, The Washington Post, and other “Mainstream Media.” But if you compare today’s reporters with, say, Walter Cronkite and others of his generation, you’ll see that they’re not really reporting the news at all. They’re “reporting” what they’re told to report. For example, just look at the Edward Snowden information that’s out there.… Read more »
No, Alex Jones is not crazy, but he’s counting on the people who listen to him faithfully being discontentedly off-bubble so he can exploit them. I can listen to Jones for about the length of a sentence, then I absolutely must turn him off. I don’t want or need that kind of paranoid negativity in my life. I never intentionally seek out his broadcasts or anything else from him, but even only occasionally listening to paranormal podcasts or reading paranormal blogs he sometimes seeps in like backed up sewage. But, going back to the 1930s, America has regularly these types… Read more »
Donna Anderson

Hi Pearlie,


No, Alex Jones is not crazy, but he’s counting on the people who listen to him faithfully being discontentedly off-bubble so he can exploit them.

And how does AJ differ then from the Mainstream Media, or you local news station, or members of our own government? See how that works? 🙂

I’m very happy that I don’t see the world that Jones and you do. You know, don’t you, the world we see is merely a reflection of what we believe about it. Everything is filtered through the lens of our personal world views.

If you want to believe in the world that Jones describes, you’re free to do so. But, I feel sorry for you for doing so.

Donna Anderson

Pearlie, I’ll tell you the same thing I tell people who tell me they’re going to pray for me… Please save your prayers and pity for someone who really needs it. I’m perfectly fine, thank you very much. 🙂

If I may rephrase this article in less pleasant terms, my understanding of your analysis is: because he generates controversy (and is essentially distasteful in his style), people are sucked into the subject matter he is covering in order to counter his arguments. I would argue that this is probably completely true, for some segment of the population, and probably only to a certain degree (nobody attends culinary school out of a distaste for Gordon Ramsay). I suspect, though, that just as many otherwise reasonable people will react in the opposite manner, avoiding the subject entirely because their gut reaction… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hi ENKI-2, First, I think I said that AJ’s style is distasteful to some, but not all. And to say that people are “sucked in” IMHO, kinda implies that his readers are lamebrains and nothing could be further from the truth. I’ve had some very thought-provoking emails from Infowars readers. And like I said, for me, that’s what it’s all about – the thought process. I’m not here to apologize for Alex Jones’ style or his message, or to try to convince you he’s right. As far as I’m concerned you’re entitled to your opinion and I’m glad you took… Read more »
“Alex Jones may be bat-shit crazy, but, according to a lot of closed-minded people, so am I – yet you’re still here reading. Why? Because you’re interested. You have an open mind and you want to be informed on every side of the issue.” Jones’ style is his problem. If you need to yell and act like a fool to make your point, then your point probably isn’t valid. I DON’T keep listening to him for just that reason. Being the loudest guy in the room doesn’t make you the smartest guy in the room. Also as some one else… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hi XDisk, Yeah, but what about guys like Tony Robbins and those hellfire and brimstone preachers you hear on the radio and that annoying guy that does the infomercials? They do a lot of yelling, too, but it’s not a controversial topic so people just say they’re “passionate” not “whacko.” Trust me, though, I do see your point. I was raised by an Italian mother and a father who believed in the ol’ “speak softly and carry a big stick” and maybe that makes me a little more flexible. Glad you liked the BEK article! It’s always fun to write… Read more »

Alex Jones is BADASS yo! OMG we luv Alex Jones & Who Froted BOTH! XOXOXO

Donna Anderson

Hahahaaa! This—> Alex Jones is BADASS yo!

Hey, Alicia American! You ROCK!

OMG I know rite? U shuld here our new single yo. OMG we shuld do a Alex Jones song on our next album LOL XOXO

I totally get why some people can’t bear to listen to Alex, style wise. I tend to agree with him and he grates on me too. I find myself shouting at the computer sometimes, “Alex, would you shut the hell up!” His habit of interrupting, talking over, and even badgering his guest makes me wonder why anyone would go on his show. That’s why I didn’t listen to him for the longest time. But if you are avoiding Alex because of his annoying “interview” habits, then you are being shortsighted and closed minded. Frankly, the people who make this argument… Read more »
Donna Anderson

Hi Ken,

Couldn’t have said it better myself. 🙂 But I don’t really blame people for not listening to him. After all, if you’ve been brought up to believe that mainstream media is the end-all be-all, only reliable source of information then you’re kinda like a fish trying to swim upstream – you really have to want to fight the current. And a lot of people just don’t realize it’s worth the effort.

I listen to Alex Jones everyday. I thought he was crazy years ago and now I wonder if he is wrong about anything. His team is the only investigative journalists left. Go listen for yourself.

Donna Anderson

Fred C Dobbs, that’s exactly how I felt when I first heard him. And I agree – if you go back through some of the older content at Infowars, I mean go back a few years and follow it forward – it’s amazing how he makes the connections and turns out to be right.

I challenge anyone to do some research on Bilderberg, for example. AJ had it pegged years ago, before the MM even acknowledged its existence.

I love Jones. Been listening for 12 years. I find him entertaining, at times irritating, sometimes genius but never boring. I find Donna to be very polite in her responses to your comments because most of you are way too programmed for my taste. I believe Jones would call you ninnies. check out his ratings on I guess the millions of listeners are all stupid and misled. You guys are the only smart 1’s.

Donna Anderson

Hey Alex!

Very polite? Me? It goes back to that “speak softly and carry a big stick” thing my dad taught me. Nobody’s gonna listen if you flat-out call them a ninnie, but pointing out that they’re bat-shit crazy if they believe in BEKs but not the Illuminati? Yeah, there’s an insult in there somewhere 🙂

Nice to meet another Alex Jones fan! And if you’re a commenter at Infowars, please forgive me for not ever responding. Comments can get pretty heated over there.

I have one major problem with Alex Jones: his determined refusal to acknowledge that an information war is occurring in the area of theology. That is, he appears to believe that all problems between Jews, Christians and Muslims are exclusively political and that theology is utterly irrelevant to anything in the real world; not in ANY way involved in these conflicts. But, for more than 2700 years, the Jewish, the Christian and then the Muslim religious ‘authorities’ have been LYING about one principal Doctrine; saying that the Doctrine of “resurrection” is the Egyptian ‘god of the dead’ doctrine of the… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hi Michael Cecil, I’ve seen a few people say their comments were censored or deleted at Infowars. Now, keep in mind I’m just a writer and I have absolutely nothing to do with the site, here’s what I think happens: 1. Infowars gets millions of pageviews a month and the IT guys are constantly updating something. I do know they just recently upgraded to a different comment platform to handle all the comments. So, it might be that the old system was just too rickety and comments were dropping through the cracks. I know, it sounds trite, but it does… Read more »
Hi, Donna, First of all, thanks so much for your reply. But it is just a little more complicated than what you suggest. After my comments were censored/deleted, my sign in name/password was de-activated or whatever. Unless something has changed, it is impossible even for me to sign in. That was not an error. That was intentional. More importantly, what I am dealing with here is the most censored Truth in 2700 years. There is NO easy way to say “the Doctrine of “resurrection” was taught by Isaiah, Daniel, Jesus and Mohammed as a Doctrine of ‘Rebirth’; and that it… Read more »
Donna Anderson

dr Meno, you’re not gonna believe this but I’ve been spending a lot of time on your site lately. Didn’t realize that was you until just now. Just caught the first few minutes of your vid but I’ll definitely be making time this weekend to watch the whole thing.

Nice to meet the man behind the site 🙂 BTW – nice site and nice video set up.

So tell me, Does Alex wear stage make-up? Or does he look that good naturally.

Donna Anderson

Hahaa! Not a clue, dr Meno. I’ve only spoken with him on the phone. I’ll try to remember to ask him next time 🙂

I’ll try and be as brief as possible. I listened to Alex and found him to be somewhat entertaining, and sometimes insightful, back in the 1990’s. We had our interactions and disagreements with each other but it seemed our goals, at that time, were the same; get people to think differently about anything. My disappointment with AJ, which continues to this day, is that he chose to become a fear peddling carnival barker more interested in being the smartest, and loudest, guy in the room than actually informative and or inciting others to think more deeply about world events. The… Read more »
Donna Anderson
Hey Tenney, I disagree. The first time I heard Alex Jones was back in 2004, well after 1999, and at that time I had no interest whatsoever in the American political scene. I’m still not as knowledgeable as I should be, but the only reason I pay attention is because one of Alex’s rants got my attention. And he’s still grabbing the attention of political newbies every day. Am I one of those who’s been “sucked in?” Do I worship at the altar of AJ? No. But I am more aware now and I’m no longer going about my day… Read more »
I like Alex. To me a conversation is an exchange of ideas, and anything else is just making small talk. I don’t mind his rants because time and again he has been proven right in his claims and that is the important thing to remember. Very few people can say that they are right as much as he can, except maybe Nancy Pelosi, who is the one person I would like to ask, “What color is the sky in your world”. The point I am trying to make is, I already know what I think, and the only way to… Read more »
Donna Anderson

Who knows what they’re gonna do with all the DNA Gary Finchum, but your theories are just as good as any of the theories we toss around at Infowars. But it IS getting pretty scary out there.

And I’d like to ask that same question of Obama – “What color is the sky in your world?” But I don’t want to turn this into a political discussion here on Who Forted. You guys are my fun distraction 🙂

A) Constant screaming, yelling, interrupting, stealing the lime light and hanging up on people isn’t what you call “conversation… an exchange of ideas”. B) Alex’s defenders continue to promote the false stance that “his claims come out to be factual”. This is simply erroneous, and plenty of sites have offered up dozens of examples of this. Climate change is a hoax perpetuated by a secret government force vying for global control? Just consider that remark with an ounce of rationality, for one minute. Also, the fact that you think DNA is being extracted from “all these Americans these days”. At… Read more »

Something really is out there:


Sorta wish Jones and crew would stop going out of their way not to talk about it.

Y is “sanctond shaming” of Alex Jones OK but not peeps who beleev in Bigfoot? LOL Alex Jones beleevs in tha Constitution wich has bin provan reel by sciance alredy yo LOL

The thinking people who find Alex Jones unbearable do not dislike him because of his shrill delivery. They dislike him because he is a conman who is manipulating the fears and emotions of otherwise well intentioned and concerned individuals who know that something is very amiss in the global scheme of things. Ms. Anderson, your ‘defence’ of Jones fails to address any of those issues – perhaps because they are indefensible. For example, how do you defend a man who calls himself a ‘patriot’ yet so unashamedly betrayed the trust of a family involved in a lengthy and potentially explosive… Read more »
The other day I heard on one of my podcasts –sorry, can’t remember which right now– how someone like Sean Hannity doesn’t really believe in any of the crap he discusses on his show. He just airs what the network knows will bring the ratings. Perhaps it’s the same with Jones. All I know is that in a world in which we treat corporations as persons, persons can also become corporations, and it’s difficult for me to separate “Alex Jones” the man, from “Alex Jones” the head of Infowars, who also happens to make a profit out of scaring the… Read more »
Greg Newkirk
I think you’re right, RPJ. The only way to really get attention in our jump-cut, reality television obsessed society is to be bigger, louder, and crazier than everyone else. It’s the same reason that TLC has gone from The Learning Channel to the network that airs Honey Boo Boo. The more people gawk, the more ads they can serve up, the more money they can make. It’s also why mainstream news is a barrage of scary, scary shit. “Stay in your homes! It’s dangerous outside! You might as well keep watching us!” AJ has just taken this to a bigger… Read more »


Alex Jones is the best !

Hi, Donna! Listen, from a Veteran to a journalist: thank you for everything you do. Alex Jones may be rough around the edges, but it’s his message that’s important.

Yes, he really screwed up on the Russian Y2K story, but people in this field make those kind of knee-jerk reactions sometimes.

I just wish more people would get upset so we could move forward and put some politicians in jail.

It makes Alex Jones look less like a shrill, when one of his “staff” speaks out……………. LOL. Anyone with half a brain has already connected the dots sweetheart. You’re losing out 😉

Alex is either crazy or he’s a shrewd business man. How much money does he make from the conspiracy theory subculture? How is he any different that Glenn Beck or Michael Savage? A smarmy jerk who makes money by getting whack-a-doodles foaming at the mouth.

Ok Donna, I’ll bite. Let me start with your “black eyed children” reference. To be honest, science is regularly discovering things that have never been thought possible before. I’ve not read that article, but I don’t hold it against the possibility that black eyed children, which of course would entail black eyed adults, do exist. The problem with these assertions, and especially when we consider the paranormal, is that it’s not at all unreasonable or irrational to demand evidence. If there were these black eyed people out there, they’d have cashier jobs and wash our cars and teach in our… Read more »