Return to the Haunted Boy:
the Exorcist Case Update
by Mark Chorvinsky
The media almost invariably prints the myth rather than the truth about the alleged case of demonic possession that inspired The Exorcist. Now, find out about the reality in Mark Chorvinsky's pull-no-punches follow-up to Mark Opsasnick's classic investigation. Here are the case's latest developments.
Cowboys & Dragons: Unravelling the Mystery of the Thunderbird Photograph
by Mark Chorvinsky
Many recall seeing a photograph of a large bird or pterodactyl affixed to the side of a barn, with some cowboy-types standing in front of it. The only problem is that no one can find the photograph. Mark Chorvinsky investigates this perplexing case.
by Mark Opsasnick
For decades the jagged, one-lane Maryland country road has been the scene of a popular urban legend. Spooky Lottsford Road has played host to a tale of terror balanced precariously between shocking fact and twisted fiction. Investigator Mark Opsasnick reveals the inside story.
An Unnatural History of Indiana
by Tim Swartz
Because of its bucolic setting, few realize how strange the state of Indiana is. Reports of Lake monsters, Bigfoot, anomalous cats, UFOs and other oddities fill the hills and cornfields of the Hoosier state.
Soldiers with a Vision: The Cuxhaven Incident
by Ulrich Magin
There has been speculation that a mysterious underwater invader had visited the harbor in Cuxhaven, Germany, in 1959, and was responsible for ejecting two gigantic fountains. Researcher Ulrich Magin discovers the truth.
Menagerie of Mystery
by Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker
Cryptozoological incongruities of the Internet! Wondrous creatures of the Crypto-Web! And don't miss In the Spotlight: Digging Up the Earthhound!
Weird personal encounters including a cat-octopus, colored blobs from the sky, a little person sighting, a shiftrobe fireball, and anomalous music. Experience unfiltered strangeness as this popular feature returns to Strange Magazine!
by Douglas Chapman
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