Issue Sixty-Five

Greetings, and welcome to The /x/ Files, the weekly news digest for 4chan’s Paranormal board. Every Sunday, we take a quick snapshot of the mysterious world around us and bring it, in an easily readable magazine format, to the board. I am The Editor, the anonymous creator of this idea and collector of the news that will be following below. In the interests of legitimacy, I will be using a secure tripcode to post the thread; once the posts are completed, I will take the tripcode off and return to my anonymity.

Table of Contents:

1: Paranormal News of the Week
2: Paranormal Article of the Week
3: Radio Show Roundup
4: Paranormal Podcasts
5: Editor’s Note

Paranormal News of the Week
Neolithic Labyrinth Found in Denmark

A large, puzzling labyrinth from the Neolithic period was recently discovered in Denmark during a trial archaeological excavation in an area where a sports arena will be built.

Found at Stevns, Norway, located some 40 miles from Copenhagen, the structure is an oval palisade enclosure made by five rows of posts covering about 60,000 square feet.

“Since 2013, rescue archaeology related to large-scale development of infrastructure has allowed us to locate a number of features, but we very rarely get the opportunity to reveal such a big part of a palisade enclosure,” Pernille Rohde Sloth, the archaeologist from the Museum Southeast Denmark who led the excavation, told Seeker.

Her team has so far excavated just a small part of the enclosure, finding postholes and a number of pits.

“The pits contained numerous flint flakes,” Rohde Sloth said. “Some pits also held ceramic sherds and axe fragments.”

Full Story:
Bio-Hybrid Robots Could Grow Organs

Scientists have been experimenting with growing human tissue in the laboratory for years, but if we are to ever grow entire bones or organs for transplant it is going to be necessary to scale things up quite significantly – conventional Petri dishes are never going to be up to the task.

Now two scientists from Oxford University have proposed a rather novel solution to this problem by suggesting that we could build humanoid robots capable of growing organs inside their bodies.

These bio-hybrid machines could potentially replicate some of the conditions within the human body to provide a warm, moist environment in which replacement tissue could be grown. Structures within these robots could also mimic the architecture within our own bodies, thus promoting the growth of ready-shaped tendons, bones and cartilage for use in transplants.

“There is no better bioreactor than the human body itself,” said tissue engineer and study co-author Pierre Mouthuy. “So the better we can copy that environment, the better our chances to obtain functional engineered tissues are going to be.”

Full Story:

Paranormal Article of the Week
10 Firsthand Descriptions Of How It Feels To Die

Death isn’t something we like to think about, but it’s something every one of us will experience. Few thoughts fill us with as much fear and dread. It’s easy to lie awake at night wondering what it will be like. Will it hurt? Will we be scared? Will there be release or just panic and pain?

Until it happens to us, we won’t know what comes after our last breath escapes. But we can get a pretty good idea of every moment leading up to it. There are people who have gone to the brink of death and back and who wrote down every sensation they felt along the way.

Full Article:

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
Monday: Cyber-Crime/ Doctors’ Miraculous Stories

In the first half, one of the top keynote speakers on cybersecurity, Kevin Mitnick, discussed the latest in technology, and how we can protect our assets and identity in the sophisticated and evolving world of cyber-crime. In the latter half, Scott J. Kolbaba, MD, who interviewed 200 courageous physicians who came forward with the most miraculous experiences of their careers, shared some of their amazing experiences.
Tuesday: Media & Fake News/ A Boy’s Reincarnation

In the first half of the show, investigative reporter Jon Rappoport discussed his journey as a journalist who’s not been beholden to special interests and has consistently exposed bias and inconsistencies. In the latter half, author of the book “The Boy Who Knew Too Much,” Cathy Byrd, revealed how her young son Christian began sharing vivid memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ’30s, and what they discovered along the way researching past lives and reincarnation.
Wednesday: Geoengineering Update

Researcher and activist Dane Wigington has been documenting disturbing changes in the environment he attributes to the practice of “geoengineering,” which he discussed for the entirety of the show.
Thursday: Future Trends/ Finding Happiness & Soulmates

In the first half, futurist Dr. James Canton gave us a glimpse of coming trends in health, technology, and medicine. In the latter half, love and relationship expert Arielle Ford discussed methods to reduce stress and find happiness, as well as her mission to help others find their soulmate.
Friday: Earthbound Spirits

Real-life ghost buster Mary Ann Winkowski discussed earthbound spirits, negative energy and curses, and spirits that have crossed over in dreams. Open Lines followed.

Paranormal Podcasts
Paranormal Podcast: Trancendent Mind & Supernatural Smells

Dr. Julia Mossbridge joins us to talk about exciting new vistas in the science of consciousness. In part two of The Paranormal Podcast, Joshua Cutchin talks to us about supernatural smells.

The Paracast: March 5th, 2017

Gene and Chris present a special women’s roundtable featuring Erica Lukes, Chase Kloetzke and Kathleen Marden. What obstacles have the women of Ufology faced in breaking the glass ceiling, and being taken seriously, and how about some of the great achievements of women in the field?

Mysterious Universe: 17.08

German author Norman Ohler joins us this week to discuss his ground breaking bestseller, “Blitzed: Drugs in Nazi Germany.” Ohler’s research details the pervasive use of methamphetamines by the entire Third Reich and how Hitler’s private physician changed the course of the war with his injected cocktails of stimulants. We then reveal psychotronic mind control devices and the last ditch attempts to save the crumbling Soviet Union with mass broadcast hypnosis.

Expanded Perspectives: Beyond Boggy Creek

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how Brazil’s elusive tree boa, Corallus cropanii — also known as Cropan’s boa — is one of the world’s rarest boas, infrequently sighted and known from only a handful of dead specimens collected after the snake was first seen and described in 1953. However, the species is alive and well, scientists recently discovered.

Then, according to a number of reports, a photograph reputedly of a reptilian alien taken outside of Luke Air Force Base was posted to 4chan on Thursday. Within minutes, the entire website was allegedly taken offline and all copies of the photograph mysteriously disappeared, except for one. According to various accounts, an anonymous thread titled “24489 Taken Aprox 24 miles north west of Luke Airforce Base Phoenix Az. Lab H4C” was begun between on 4chan’s /pol/ board between 12am and 2am on February 23rd. It included a picture of an alien which was said to have yellow scales, black eyes and small pursed lips and was looking directly at the camera in a classic selfie pose. Reports say the thread was only up for a few minutes before 4chan went offline. When it returned, all traces of the photo and thread were gone. Then, a Pennsylvania construction worker says he photographed an unknown creature he believes “had the exact marks” of the Jersey Devil.

After the break the guys chat with researcher, author and staff writer for Rue Morgue magazine Lyle Blackburn about his latest book, “Beyond Boggy Creek.“

Skeptoid: Remembering the Mandela Effect

Some claim that certain common false memories are evidence for alternate realities.

Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know Podcast: The Sick, Sweet Secret of the Sugar Cover-up

Everyone knows sugar in excessive amounts can have damaging effects on your health — but just how bad is it, and why do people in the US still consume so much? Join the guys as they delve into the strange story of the decades-long sugar conspiracy.

Bizarre States: Occultic Values with Olivia Taylor Dudley

Bowser is hosting solo again but is joined by Olivia Taylor Dudley! They discuss coffin clubs, body found at the Magic Castle and demon toys!

The Higherside Chats Podcast: Joshua Cutchin | A Smell Based Expose of Alien, Crypid, & Spirit Encounters

Join host Greg Carlwood of The Higherside Chats podcast as he and returning guest, Joshua Cutchin explore the smells and scents associated with aliens, spirits and cryptid encounters. While we are all familiar with the lore of Greys, ghosts, and Bigfoot, one aspect we may not be as well-versed in, is the scents and smells that can accompany these entities. Today’s returning guest, Joshua Cutchin, has researched the olfaction phenomena associated with these interactions and joins The Higherside to discuss his recent work, “The Brimstone Deceit”.

The Dark Myths Collective:

We are a group of podcasters dedicated to producing high quality and emotionally power-packed listening experiences. While our shows span the full spectrum of genres from history to fiction to crime stories, what binds them together is that they explore the darker side. This allows you to cross genres and discover podcasts you might not have found.


Editor’s Note:

Until Next Time


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s