Strange Phenomena

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Introduction


 
 
In the universe there are only natural phenomena. There are three kinds: those known to everyday science and therefore to the populace at large, those known to unusually resourceful individuals or groups, and those known to no man.
 
The stories reported here are very far from normal daily life. Some are Gothic and macabre. All represent extraordinary, often frightening, phenomena observed by friends and associates whose veracity and judgment the author trusts. There is very little commentary or opinion. Within individual categories, sequence is based upon temporal chronology.
 
Some of the entries are about things merely complex and strange, but ultimately explainable. Others are about things that require a far greater knowledge of the Universe than human societies at present possess.
 
 
 
Roy C. Peterson
 
February 18, 2006
 
Morning
 
 
 

Northern Lights