Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Today is grey and spooky. Spooky day=spooky links!

Fortean Times has a wild article about how two Italian brothers tracked cosmonauts and astronauts during the early days of the space programs, against all odds.

Oddee shows the most alien-looking places on the planet.

Aleister Crowley's old place by the edge of Loch Ness is for sale, but it's supposed to be cursed. Of course it is.

A weblog devoted to parapyschology has all kinds of resources and reviews available for the curious, while Urban Dreamscape explores the world of psychogeography (and, if you're interested in that sort of thing, you can follow the activities of the Oneironauticum.)

C.D. Richardson's Museum of the Mad, the Macabre and the Marvelous is all that it promises, although the "sale" link is sadly empty at the moment.

Spelling with zombies. Yes, it's just what it sounds like.

And finally, here's a look at how ubiquitous Cthulhu has become in the world...WHICH IS PROBABLY JUST HOW HE WANTS IT. Aieeeee!

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