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ParaFest Convention

ParaFest Convention – The Horror & Paranornal Love Child By Hack Johnson As August is upon and September is quickly approaching, that only means one thing… HORROR CONVENTIONS! I know what you’re thinking, “But Hack – horror conventions happen ALL year!” and yes – they do – but really… who wants to go to a horror convention in July or …

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UFO Popularity is Increasing

Unexplained Confidential: UFO Popularity is Increasing written by Dan Twyman from UFO Experts UFO traffic and interest is at an all time high! In the past few years, the number of exhibits, conferences, meeting groups and more has risen to an all time high. The UFO Society has been monitoring the traffic online, sighting reports and more, and has noted …

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Evolution of Science Fiction in Television: The Legacy of Star Trek

Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013), from Paramount Pictures, directed by J.J. Abrams grossed $156,013,879 (USA) in its’ opening weekend. The plot revolves around the main characters, Captain Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Bones (Karl Urban), Scotty (Simon Pegg), Sulu (John Cho), Pike (Bruce Greenwood), Chekov (Anton Yelchin) and Marcus (Peter Weller). Upon arrival back home, the …

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Haunted Disney World

Haunted Disney World: “3 stories you may not heard of” by Michael Grise Disney World is a place full of magic and fun for all ages. A leader in the theme park business around the world. Little did you know that there is a dark side to this theme park that may shock you. 3 Walt Disney World Orlando attractions …

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Evolution of Science Fiction in Television: MST3K

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATRE 3000 One Man. Four robots. Hundreds of really bad Sci-Fi B-movies………pure comedic gold. On November 24, 1988, we watched in horror and laughed out loud with Joel, Crow T. Robot, Gypsy, Tom Servo, and Cambot at such cinematic gems as Manos: The Hands Of Fate and The Brain That Wouldn’t Die. This American cult television series kept …

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