A British professor has published photographs showing what he says are proof that fairies are real. Are they they though? Or did he take a blurry photo of something else? Could they be real or is this another case of the power of suggestion convincing people?
Hey everyone, I wanted to let you know that you won’t be able to download episodes of our show from iTunes right now, this unfortunately includes the most recent episode. We have had some server issues which required that we move our feed and it takes a day or so for iTunes to catch up. I really apologize for this, if I had realized it was going to cause this much trouble I’d have addressed this earlier in the week. Thanks for hanging in there and we will let you know as soon as everything has been fixed.
What we have here is a good new/bad news situation. The bad news is that our feed is still not working in iTunes, the good news is that after several phone calls and hours on hold I found someone there who can help us out. So cross your fingers that the iTunes connection will be back in a day or two!
So our feed has officially had to be moved, unfortunately that means that anyone who manually subscribed to it will need to subscribe to the new feed instead of the old one. To help simplify this we have added the feed to the sidebar of the website which, if you are reading this on the website, you should see on the upper right hand side of the page. As of now we still don’t have an update on when iTunes will correct it on their end. Thanks everyone for being so patient in during this transition, it’s inconvenient but we’ll get through it.
So it looks like the feed has been fixed so everyone should be able to get the episodes again. If you are still having problems please send us an email. Oh, and you might not have to change your subscription to the feed if you aren’t using iTunes.
In 1518 in Strasbourg, Alsace, a woman began dancing in the street. She danced for 4 to 6 days and was joined by 34 others within a week. Within a month, 400 people were dancing in the streets. Many died from heart attacks, stroke or exhaustion. Why? NO ONE KNOWS!!!
At around 3am on February 25th, 1942, the US Army began firing at an unknown object, or possibly multiple objects, over Los Angeles. After half an hour of intense shelling the firing stopped and when the smoke cleared nothing was found. No enemy aircraft. No enemy wreckage. No enemy casualties. If there was nothing there then what were they firing at?