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Wednesday, January 13, 2021

A Kinda-Sorta-Maybe Plan for 2021


I found that image on a swanky marketing site. So, all credit goes to them.

Anyways, hello, hello. Apologies for the absence, I've needed a break from writing. I hope your new year has been treating you well, oh dear reader. For me, it has been—to the best of its extent anyways. I've been planning out what I'd like to do this year in the way of writing and I would like to share with you what I've got in mind. Just know that things are subject to change (which may as well be the slogan for this blog). Anyways, let's get to it!

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 31: N.U.G.E.T.


Welcome to the capstone story for this year’s Decemystery, dear reader. I wanted to make it a story that you would never forget. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the time or energy to do the original story. That’s okay though because I’ll get to it early next year if I’m not dead from COVID-19. Also, I found an equally fascinating story. It’s another tale from the Conspiracy Iceberg and it’s a heck of a trip.

N.U.G.E.T. is a story that really piqued my interest because of its name. With an enigmatic tale like that, you’d immediately suspect something tied to espionage. Interestingly, it included it—kind of. While the details on this story are limited, there’s enough that it doesn’t end up a hazy mess like the Mariana Trench Bone Pit. So let’s take a little dive into this story and see what the truth is.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 30: The Mariana Trench Bone Pit


When I wrote about the Mariana Trench Sea Serpent, I said that I hoped to get to this story next year. Well, I decided against that and have instead opted to cover it now. So let’s head back to the world famous deepest known part of the ocean and talk about the Mariana Trench Bone Pit.

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 29: Black Stick Men

This story was meant to be last year’s capstone entry; it’s a sort of quasi-associate to the story of Shadow People, though it’s also most certainly its own beast through and through. Black Stick Men are as much a phenomenon as they are a cryptid—along with just about every other category of mystery imaginable. While the name may seem far-fetched, their reputation far exceeds their two-dimensional figure. Though hey, don’t take my word for it. Let’s dive in and talk about it in more detail.

Monday, December 28, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 28: Rose Eater

Hello once more, dear reader. The final few stories for Decemystery are going to be a bit unique. You see, I’m feeling very sick and sadly, due to this year having been what it is, I don’t have the energy to write up something lengthy; that’s why this year’s Decemystery has largely been filled with shorter-than-average write-ups. However, for the final four, I sadly feel it’s best if we take it nice, slow, and easy. So, for the first of the final four, I want to break the rule I set at the start of the month and cover a conspiracy. I know, that’s really cheap of me, but they’re one of the easiest things I can do when I feel like I’m going to die. So, to start things off, let’s talk about Rose Eater.

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 27: Greys


Hello, hello, how goes it, dear reader? I want to ask you a very simplistic, easy to answer question: do you believe that we’re alone in the Universe?

In my experiences, I have gotten a generally consistent answer from my friends, family, and acquaintances: “no, we are not alone”. Every now and then, I will meet someone who believes we are, but the general consensus is, in my circle of friends, that somewhere, intelligent life exists. You know, ayy lamps.

Unfortunately for me, in my infinite wisdom, I’ve never asked any of those friends exactly what they believe those intelligent life forms are like. As far as I’m aware, none of them believe there to be other humans out there, nor do any of them believe that Mass Effect is real. So, we are without our Liara waifu. A truly sad day for us all. Alexa, play Mad World by Gary Jules.

Though what of those who are outside my little circle? Well, that’s where the fun lies. Not that my circle of friends is boring—far from it. It’s just that a lot of the magnificently bizarre and exciting theories lie outside of it. You see, there are a plethora of theories regarding what people believe intelligent life is like.

Some believe that there are Reptilians. I’m pretty sure that most of you are familiar with these guys. They’re said to be very tall, scaly, and in some cases, can shapeshift. They’re also said to appear like humanoid lizards (which is why some refer to them as “lizard people”). David Icke has made them extremely famous thanks to his claims that political leaders like Hillary Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II, and Barack Obama are all Reptilian shapeshifters. So I guess that it goes without saying that it’s almost universally believed that Reptilians are said to be extremely evil and malicious in nature.

Others say that there are “Nordic Aliens”. These entities are among some of the oddest because they’re said to resemble humans—even if they’re a tad bit taller than us. Most put them at about 7 feet (2.1 meters), though I’m sure their height can be closer to that of an average human.

Said to be blond, white, and generally appearing like someone from a Nordic country (Norway, Sweden, and Denmark to be exact), Nordic Aliens are said to be benevolent and nonthreatening. What their goals are, I don’t know, but they appear to care for humanity in some capacity. Some also say they reside underground or deep within mountains/caves.

Then there are the Venusians. These folks are like the Nordic Aliens, but they apparently like to have sex with humans. At least, that’s what it seems like. Whenever someone is abducted by a Venusian, it usually leads to the UFO’s bedroom. It’s kinda weird.

Draconians are up next. These folks are like the Reptilians, but their appearance is closer to that of a dragon. They’re kind of rude and don’t like humans, though I believe at least one account states that they’re benevolent.

Robots are next. These folks are generally non-threatening and are just… robots. If you remember that weird story about the Dade City flower aliens, they fall into that category. There are also other stories like those guys, such as living cans and other weird things. I think these guys may be new to the whole “alien” thing given those living cans got hit by a car.

Little Green Men! These folks are said to be mischievous and generally pranksters. The Ririe Carjackers fall into this category. They don’t really care, they’re just frat boys who want to go around having a good time. Also, if that sounds really casual, it’s because everything I know about aliens comes from my own experiences of reading stories. So, apologies if this isn’t exactly “in-depth”. We’ll get to the point soon enough though.

Bigfoot… oh man, I have been dreading this one for a while. The belief that Bigfoot is an alien comes from the correlation of UFO sightings, followed by a rash of Bigfoot reports. It’s definitely odd that the two can go hand-in-hand, but the general belief that Bigfoot is an alien doesn’t really hold much water among the UFO community as far as I’m aware.

Rods/Skyfish are up to bat now. These folks are generally without a real form; they’re wispy and/or seen in the sky. It’s better if you look them up on your own because explaining them is exceedingly difficult without sounding crazy.

Last, certainly not least, and far from the last supposed species of alien, there are Greys. These are without a shadow of a doubt the most famous type of alien—bar none. They’re said to be tall (though this isn’t universal), have grey skin, large eyes that are almost entirely black, are thin, and their motives vary—heavily. They’re the focus of today’s write-up too, so we’ll get to go over what exactly those motives are!

However, I would like to say that most of this write-up will be written based on what I know. As such, I won’t go over an array of supposed sightings, encounters, and alien abductions. I want to focus on what Greys are. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

Saturday, December 26, 2020

Decemystery (2020) 26: Old Spider Legs


Hey, remember yesterday how I mentioned something called Old Spider Legs? Well, today, we’re gonna take some time to go ahead and talk about it!