I recently appeared with Jim Harold on his UFO Encounters podcast with the first interview about The Chaos Conundrum. He very kindly is allowing me to share it with you. I urge to to go check out Jim’s Paranormal Plus Club for more great audio, as well as his excellent free podcasts. Thanks Jim!
The Chaos Conundrum: “‘A compelling and very personal look at the impact the paranormal has had on the way we view ourselves and the world in which we live.’” NOW AVAILABLE from the Redstar books online store, on Amazon in a few days, and in e-book versions as soon as we possible can. Nick Redfern, […]
To the right is the cover to my new book, due out in time for the holiday shopping season. I’m excited about this one, not least because it contains a foreword by Nick Redfern, one of the greatest authors on paranormal issues in the world today (not hyperbole, seriously). From the foreword: Aaron Gulyas’ The Chaos Conundrum is […]
(Cross-posting from the Saucerio Tumblr) I just finished watching the documentary about Gray Barker, Shades of Gray. It’s very well done, but one thing I would have liked to see addressed is a different take on his hoaxing, misrepresentation (fabrication?) of stories, and colluding with various fakers and frauds. The film discussed Barker’s sense of humor […]
(photo “Synchronicity” by Flickr user leef_smith, used under Creative Commons license) Fifteen years later, the Whitley County Crop Circle still resonates with me. Part of the reason is that I had so much darn fun messing with earnest weirdos and suspicious, grizzled paranoiacs. Another reason is the set of coincidences that just seem (taken as […]