MGTR Has a New Look !

Greetings ! We just completed our upload into WordPress, and I want to thank all of my very patient readers. A few weeks ago, the Weebly servers crashed and they still haven’t been able to restore this website. Consequently, we were forced to transfer our content over to WordPress. This is going to be an arduous manual […]

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April 2017: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

If you follow MGTR, you know I’ve written before about the Philadelphia Experiment and the Montauk Project. And unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you’ve probably seen plenty of online videos about the Mandela Effect. Named for Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid activist in South Africa, this term originated […]

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October 2016: Haunting Holidays Around the World

Here in the USA, we celebrate Halloween on October 31. But did you know there are plenty of other festivals worldwide that honor the dead ? Curiously, a lot of them fall during well, the fall ! Harvest season is associated with death and rebirth across a variety of human cultures. Most of you have […]

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September 2016: Remembering

I debated whether to write this blog. I thought everything had either already been said, or that everyone was saying it again this week. September 11, 2001 or 9/11 is burned into our collective memory. THE day that will live in infamy for our nation, for our generation. But then I realized, my blog is […]

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July 2016: Haunted House Renovations

When I moved to Arizona in January 2000, little did I know what I was moving into ! Within 24 hours of moving in to an older home I had just purchased, bizarre things began to happen. First, as I was unpacking my first boxes in the sunny kitchen I set my toaster down on […]

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March/April 2016: Ghosts of Natchez, MS

Some years ago, I wrote a blog on the ghosts of the Civil War. Apparently, a few such ghosts were stirred from their eternal slumber when I traveled to Natchez, MS recently. Running a couple hours late on my planned itinerary, I had planned on a visiting a few antebellum homes in this quiet Southern […]

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February 2016: Soul Mates, Lost Loves and Family Reunions

Assuming the CERN hadron super collider didn’t suck us all into the oblivion of a ginormous manmade black hole last week, I am hereby wishing all my MGTR fans (all 2+ of you) out there a happy and lustful Valentine’s Day ! On that note, this month’s blog deals with the decades-old conundrum: do soul […]

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December 2015: Happy Festivus !

A couple years ago, a friend of mine noticed an aluminum plant pole on our patio and asked if it was a Festivus pole. I had no idea what he was talking about. He laughed and explained it was featured on Seinfeld. Since then, I have watched “The Strike” episode and I now embrace Festivus […]

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October 2015: Horrible Halloweens

It’s that most wonderful time of the year again, kiddies ! Yes, it’s Halloween. And while I enjoy a chilling ghost story as well as the next ghoul, after writing this blog for a lucky 13 years now I thought I’d branch out a bit and go all historical on you this year. Bad things […]

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September 2015: Messages from Spider Woman

For the last few weeks, I have been receiving subtle messages from Spider Woman. No, not the comic book heroine. The spirit guide of Native American storytelling. I didn’t really put two and two together at first because I have been undergoing a lot of dramatic changes in my personal life: changing jobs, leaving a […]

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