Safety Dance

Friday, October 13, 2017

A Blair Witch sèance will be held at 12N tomorrow, Sat. 14 October
in the Haunted Grove at the Renaissance Festival in Crownsville, Maryland. 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Friday Night Frights

I feel compelled to go to to Tappy Creek.  I have had communications from the beyond that say go.
The witch hunt is on for Friday night at 7:43pm EDT at East Tappy Creek just down from Coffin Rock in the Black Hills Forest near Burkettsville Maryland.  This is where 11 witnesses watched as a small child (Eileen Treacle) was dragged under the shallow water by a ghostly hand.  Her body was never recovered.  That was in the year 1825.
Tonight we have our cameras (infrared, high speed etc.,) and microphones including a subsonic recorder.  Also a new magnetic anomolly recorder.  Your invited.  We should have good luck.
Message(s) will come to those receptive.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017


CANCER (June 22-July 22). The scientists suggest that the secret to science is asking the right question. Of course, this is the secret to everything else as well. Start with what's relevant, and expand to the question that covers more than that. 

Sunday, September 17, 2017


You're afraid to go see "IT," yet your whole life, you've dated CLOWNS, you contradictory coulrophobic paraphiliac.

and PENNYWISE has  eaten more children than MCDONALDS has served

Thursday, July 13, 2017


The ability to flexibly plan for events outside of the current sensory scope is at the core of being human and is crucial to our everyday lives and society. Studies on apes have shaped a belief that this ability evolved within the hominid lineage. Corvids, however, have shown evidence of planning their food hoarding, although this has been suggested to reflect a specific caching adaptation rather than domain-general planning. Here, we show that ravens plan for events unrelated to caching—tool-use and bartering—with delays of up to 17 hours, exert self-control, and consider temporal distance to future events. Their performance parallels that seen in apes and suggests that planning evolved independently in corvids, which opens new avenues for the study of cognitive evolution.