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Ringing Rocks, Singing Rocks

The Museum of UnNatural Mystery offers a fine collecion of virtual exhibits nearly all worthy of mention but this one caught my eye. It seems that in Bucks County, Pa, there exists debris field of rocks, many of which "ring" musically when struck with a mallet. Listen to the short audio clips at the end of the article which demonstrate the range of these talented stones. Might be worth a trip to gather some audio samples eh, what? Could make an interesting mix for the VJ/DJ crowd. Look here for the stone exhibit and then follow the link box at the bottom to the main entrance and enjoy the rest of the "stuff". There is something for everyone!

The Anomalist ..... Online Treasure?

If you're a lover of good paranormal reporting, check this site frequently.  They describe their product as a "daily review of world news on maverick science, unexplained mysteries, unorthodox theories, strange talents, and unexpected discoveries".  In my humble opinion, they do that job admirably and provide their readers with a well balanced body of research as well.

Get the latest on space, UFO material, and general paranormal activity.

Here is an excellent resource for those interested in any or all of the above subjects. The site is operated by Emmy Award winning television producer, author, and journalist Linda Moulton Howe. She provides up to the minute reports and maintains an extensive archive of articles and stories. Portions of the site are available by subscription only but there is plenty of free reading to be enjoyed and the more serious researcher will find the small price of the subscription a bargain.

Crop Circle Research -- Lots of Material to Peruse

Visit Nancy Talbot's excellent site specializing in crop circles, plant abnormalities, magnetic phenomena and tons of other interesting material. Check out her eyewitness reports section for photo anomalies .

Odd Music? Yup, Odd Music

I found this site quite by accident the other day. This a delightful site with lots of eye and ear candy. If it can be plucked, blown, struck, or otherwise coaxed to produce music, it's probably here. They don't call it odd music for nothing. These instruments are nicely showcased and some have audio clips to enjoy. This is a great place to visit when you find yourself with a few minutes to spare.