Saturday, January 24, 2015

Project Blue Book Files Available Online

According to the 1-21-15 edition of The Washington Post, official records of more than 12,000 UFO sightings investigated by the Air Force's Blue Book between the years 1947 and 1969 are now "available online in a searchable database for the first time."

You can read all about it in this typically snarky article by two hacks named Nick Kirkpatrick and Justin Moyer.  Click HERE to read "Two Decades of Mysterious Air Force UFO Files Now Available Online" by that infamous vaudeville reporting team known as Kirkpatrick & Moyer.

Thanks to John Greenewald's Black Vault website, one can view the actual files themselves simply by clicking HERE.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Operation Hollywood

What follow are the opening paragraphs of Mark Riffee's 9-16-15 WIRED.COM article entitled "CIA Pitches Scripts to Hollywood":
"Are you an aspiring filmmaker who wants to produce a spy thriller? Well, you’re in luck because the CIA has a pile of script ideas lying around.
"Ironic, you say, that an organization known for secrecy is doling out helpful hints to Hollywood? The CIA doesn’t think so. For them it’s all about image control. And they’re just the start of it. The Department of Defense and just about every branch of the military has an entertainment industry liaison similar to the CIA’s."
To read Riffee's entire article, click HERE.

Further information about this under-discussed topic can be found in David L. Robb's eye-opening 2004 book entitled OPERATION HOLLYWOOD:  HOW THE PENTAGON SHAPES AND CENSORS THE MOVIES.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Quadcopter Meets Bigfoot

Luke Thoburn, KHQ news producer, claims to have discovered "indisputable" evidence of Bigfoot.  Though the word "indisputable" is certainly disputable in this case, you can judge for yourself by clicking HERE.  The footage in question was reportedly captured by a remote controlled quadcopter (i.e., a drone) hovering over a town located somewhere between Roseville and Colfax in northern California.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Fortean Ice Fall

What new year would be complete without a good old fashioned Fortean ice fall?  This 1-9-15 report, entitled "Mysterious Mass of Ice Crashes Through Ravenswood Home," was written by Nesita Kwan for NBC Chicago.  Click HERE for the details.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Jon Rappoport on Paris Killings

Jon Rappoport's brief but thought-provoking article "Charlie Hebdo Shooting:  Suspect's Magic ID Found at the Scene" is well worth mulling over.  You can read Rappoport's entire piece by clicking HERE.

As political researcher Dave Emory is fond of saying, "Food for thought and grounds for further research…."

Wednesday, January 7, 2015


Heads up, loyal cryptoscatologists… OR Books has started a GoodReads promotion for my new book, CHAMELEO:  A STRANGE BUT TRUE STORY OF INVISIBLE SPIES, HEROIN ADDICTION, AND HOMELAND SECURITY.  To win a First Reads copy of CHAMELEO, you can enter by clicking right HERE.  

Good luck, pardners!

Monday, January 5, 2015

Countdown to CHAMELEO!

The countdown to CHAMELEO begins here!

My third book, CHAMELEO:  A STRANGE BUT TRUE STORY OF INVISIBLE SPIES, HEROIN ADDICTION, AND HOMELAND SECURITY, is scheduled to be published by OR Books precisely one month from now.  The psychic energy caused by the mounting tension among OR Books' insatiable readers is reportedly disrupting the Earth's core and generating unprecedented quakes all around the globe.  In fact, last Tuesday a sudden and dramatic temblor almost sent San Pedro, CA toppling into the sea.  For numerous members of the American Booksellers Association (according to the President of the ABA), this anticipation is almost too much to bear.  Nonexistent copies of CHAMELEO are flying off the shelves even before it's published, so make sure you're among the first lucky readers to buy a ticket on this apocalyptic, out-of-control CHAMELEO train and reserve your copy TODAY!

Click HERE to preorder the strangest and truest book of 2015!

"Guffey is my kind of crazy. He understands that the universe is preposterous, life is improbable, and chaos rules: get used to it." —Pat Cadigan, author of Mindplayers
"Robert Guffey's writing has impressed, entertained, and enlightened me pretty much since I first met him, as one of my Clarion West students. My suggestion? If he wrote it, read it."
                                            —Jack Womack, author of Random Acts of Senseless Violence