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UFO and Paranormal Research from south-central Indiana

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Cryptozoology or Paranormal Science?

Mike from Jacksonville, FL writes:

I have to say, this is one of the most amazing sites I have come across. Taylor, right? Well, I don't have anything you can use, but I would like to know if you are into any cryptozoology or paranormal science....that is my chosen career, but I can't find anyone to take me seriously on it. I am 19, I live in Jacksonville Florida. I would like to hear from you, really. once again, I love the site, it is now on my favorites, plus I sent links to my best friend who also appreciates this type of work.

--Mike


Hi Mike, 

Thank you for your kind words. They mean a great deal to us. What you see on our site is the result of our own personal quest for knowledge concerning Ufology and the paranormal. And I guess that answers part of your question. We are very much interested in the paranormal for several reasons, not the least of which, are the overlapping areas between UFO related paranormal experiences and "Earthly" paranormal phenomena. We believe the two share a commonality of physics. I believe the Aliens discovered the secrets of the paranormal many a millennia ago. Our mainstream science has yet to even begin to approach the threshold of understanding in this area. I am aware of, but have not actively pursued research in the area of cryptozoology. I know that many people associate creatures such as Bigfoot and the "Goat Sucker" with UFOs and Extraterrestrials. There has only been one report of a Bigfoot in southern Indiana (years ago), that I am aware of, but that doesn't mean much [because of their elusive nature].

Say hi to everyone in Jacksonville for me, and if you ever get over to Gulf Breeze, be sure to visit Shoreline Park. I've met lots of nice folks down there. Ask about the "Black Water Phenomenon!"

--Lynn Taylor

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