By Aaron Kase
You see them in the neighborhoods, stone and mortar giants rising up from rowhomes and rubble. Philadelphia’s innumerable churches seem out of place, beautifully crafted testaments to religious faith surrounded by burned-out shells and boarded-up windows.
By Randy LoBasso
“The biggest belief now is that UFOs are being suppressed for one major reason, and that’s energy,” says UFOlogist Chris Augustin. “They represent a totally new energy form that could potentially destroy the world’s economy.”
By Michael Alan Goldberg
A caravan of RVs, vans, pickups and cars, all emblazoned with large signs reading “Judgment Day: May 21, 2011,” idles in the parking lot of the Tri-State Mall, a shabby strip mall tucked just inside Delaware, right off I-95. Once a few more people arrive, the caravan will hit the highway for a five-day trip to New York City, where the group will stand on street corners handing out tracts warning that the end of the world is nigh.
Another child died in this home under this foster mother’s care, like a year before? How can children be tossed aside and overlooked?