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Week of March 31st, 2016
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The Anomaly Archives Weekly Email Newsletter

March 31st, 2016 - Better late than never! Here's another weekly installment of our newsletter...

No time for long introductions this week. I MAY be going out of town later today and meeting up with a bunch of friends in Dallas this weekend for a pseudo-conference / un-conference called ParaMania! Or I might not - I truly don't know at this moment.

Anywho - in this issue our Book-of-the-Week is back! Plus we have a good number of Anomalous Headlines, as usual.

See you next week!

SMiles Lewis / Founder
Book of the Week...
The UFO Experience: A Scientific Inquiry

By Josef Allen Hynek

For a time, Hynek was the iconic image of the skeptical UFO researcher. He's still a source of much fascination and controversy among Ufolks.

His reputation as a skeptic turned believer is a part of the standard UFO history yet there are still mysteries that swirl around him. Was he aware of the Pentacle Memo, Project Stork, or the alleged disinfo campaign against Paul Bennewitz?

Perhaps new information or final answers to these questions can be found in the latest volume of Hynek's protégé's personal memoirs, Forbidden Science - Volume Three by Jacques Vallee ... "Journals of personal research written from 1980 to 1989 by a French-born astronomer and computer scientist interested in UFOs and paranormal phenomena."

The Anomaly Archives has several copies of Hynek's two most famous UFO books (pictured above) and we hope to distribute some of those soon at various existing Free-Mini-Libraries Across Austin. We also plan on launching our own Little Free Library pods around town and quite possibly our own Mini-Mobile-Library - both of which have become so popular again.

Read more about J. Allen Hynek at the links below:
The UFO Experience @
Here are some headlines of note for this week:
See also... other spotlighted news & event links below!

[NOTE: Inclusion of news & event info is purely informational
and does not indicate endorsement.]
Membership Drive 2016

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Then Become An Official Member TODAY!

We need your help to make the Anomaly Archives the Best Anomalies Research Resource in North America. Our goal is to become a significant repository of anomalistic research materials.

Your membership will help support these efforts!

The best way to show your support is to become a member and to sign-up for the auto-renewing annual membership subscription through PayPal.

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Thanks for your support!
Become A Supporting Member Today...
DOGMAN Symposium

Defiance, Ohio
August 6th, 2016

  • Linda Godfrey
  • Stan Gordon
  • Nick Redfern
  • David Weatherly
  • John E.L. Tenney
  • Ken Gerhard
  • Lyle Blackburn
Learn More...
New Jersey

Saturday, April 9th

Hilton Garden Inn
800 Route 130
Hamilton, NJ 08690

  • Larry E. Arnold
  • Joanna Ebenstein
  • William V. Rauscher
  • Peter Robbins
  • Linda Zimmermann
  • ‘The Art of Vision’ - Roundtable on Creativity and the Visual Arts
Learn More...
Magic, Miracles, and the Paranormal in Religious Imaginaries
April 9th & 10th

Glickmann Conference
Center - CLA 1.302E

Sponsored by
Religious Studies at The University of Texas at Austin
Saturday, April 9th
  • Defining, "Magic," "Miracles," and the "Supernatural"
  • The Devils and the Details
  • The Supernatural in a Rational World: Ritual and Regulation
  • Keynote Speaker: Kelly Hayes - "Intergralactic Space-Time Travelers: Imagining the Otherworld in Brazil's Valley of the Dawn"
Sunday, April 10th
  • The G. Howard Miller Undergraduate Panel
  • Enchanting Media
  • Encountering the Supernatural
  • Keynote Speaker: Paul Mirecki - "Dream a Little Dream of Me: Dream Divination in Papyrus Kellis Coptic 7 [c.a. 350 CE]"

Magic, Miracles, and the Paranormal in Religious Imaginaries
Anomaly Archives
Monthly Public Meetings

Monthly discussion on the latest news and research into the fields of inquiry covered within our anomalous collections including: UFOs and Ufology, Consciousness, Parapsychology, Fortean and Paranormal Phenomena, Cryptozoology, Parapolitics and Conspiracy, Human Potential … and MORE!

The Anomaly Archives holds monthly meetings (usually) on the Fourth Saturday of each month. Contact SMiles Lewis or Mark Muecke via email for updates. The meetings are FREE (Donations Welcomed!) and held from 1-3pm at the INACS / Anomaly Archives headquarters located in North West Austin. (Map)
Aurora Alien Encounter 

Aurora, Texas

Saturday April 23rd

  • Jim Marrs
  • Nick Redfern
  • Tui Snider
  • Noe Torres
  • Ken Cherry
... and other special guests (TBA)!

Keynote Lunch Speaker: 
Travis Walton
Event Page...
Arkansas Bigfoot Conference

Arkansas Primate Evidence Society
Saturday April 23rd

Vilonia Arkansas Municipal Building at 18 Bise Road. The cost is $10 for the day (9am to 6 pm) and you get your tickets at the door that day.
Event Page...
Charles Hall

San Antonio
Hilton Garden Inn

Thursday April 28th

Charles Hall claims many up close & personal contacts with extraterrestrial beings he calls “The Tall Whites” when he was stationed at an AFB in Nevada between 1965 and 1967.   
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