Welcome back to another edition of the Fort Report, chock full of yesterday’s strangest fringe news stories. Today we’ve got tales of alien abduction, giant ferrets on steroids, ritual sacrifice, the Loch Ness Monster, and loads of people trying to sell their haunted homes.
Read on, oddnauts, and remember: never pay extra for a haunted house.
In an exclusive interview published April 3, 2013, Canadian UFO abductee Corina Saebels explained how living with abusive abductions by dimension-shifting ETs was comparable to surviving a lifetime of serial rapes.
Gullible bargain hunters at Argentina’s largest bazaar are forking out hundreds of dollars for what they think are gorgeous toy poodles, only to discover that their cute pooch is in fact a ferret pumped up on steroids.
Since forming Pembrokeshire Beyond in 2009 Andrew and his growing team have explored all manner of ghoulish and, peculiar, weird and wonderful goings on in west Wales. Honestly though, the weirdest mystery is how in the world the man in that picture is only 28.
Of 80 participants in a weekend symposium at the Edinburgh science festival, 20 signalled their belief in the existence of the Loch Ness monster and 15 declared their disbelief. The rest sat on their hands.
Ever felt like buying yourself a magick talisman, potion, or spell on the popular auction site eBay? Well, there apparently exists a guide on how to make sure you only get the best for your money.
Deliverance from Evil Spirit that Gave Fibroids
Finally, here’s a video of a woman getting an exorcism. It’s all the usual fare, but wait until you get to the point where the dazed woman is told to give her testimony and microphone is shoved into her face from stage left. Hilarious.
Documentary film-maker, professional monster chaser, and mystery monger, Greg is also the contributing editor for Who Forted? 'Zine. When he's not occupied by writing about the wide world of the weird, he's busy directing and editing documentary films like The Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching or perusing used bookstores for antique occult books. He's currently in production on his new project: an original documentary web series titled Planet Weird, which you should totally check out. He currently lives in Toronto.
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