The Seen and The Unseen
Like us, haven’t you long suspected that all Taco Bells are portals to the warped dimensions of Cthulhu or the Great God Pan? Think about it. You know you shouldn't eat at Taco Bell. You know the meat is Grade Z, at best...
One of the questions The Seen and The Unseen has thought about on a regular basis is simply this: If ET's are from such an advanced civilization, why the heck can’t they drive?
Life on other planets? It’s a possibility that continues to fascinate us as other planets are found in our universe. All of these discoveries, UFO sightings and possible alien contactees make us ask questions about the mysteries of life.
Our very own Jonathan Ryan, who heads up Dread Central's paranormal feature The Seen and The Unseen, has a new book coming out this October, and it looks and sounds pretty damned sweet. Read on for the first details and artwork.
Sorry, this isn't an article about an updated version of The B-52’s song "Rock Lobster." It’s about the Mars Rover and some weird pictures it took. No, really it is.
We've all seen bumper stickers that proclaim, “My kid is on the honor roll at H.P. Lovecraft Elementary" (not a real school, calm down). If you're like me, your first thought is, “Yeah, and your kid is going to need therapy in ten years for not meeting your unreachable expectations."
At The Seen and The Unseen, we’re fascinated by the idea of other universes and other worlds. Many paranormal theories and explanations consider the possibility of other worlds as an assumption. It seems as if science is starting to catch up with the storytellers and ghost hunters.
The Seen and the Unseen strives to be a beacon of journalistic integrity and to hold those in power accountable for their actions. “They” don’t want you to know many things, and dad-gum-it, we’ll show them varmints wut fer (you can tell we’re serious because we just used 1840’s prospector language) by telling you everything you need to know.
We at The Seen and Unseen are intrigued by Pope Francis. He is cleaning house at the Vatican. He is humble. Not to mention his profound concern for the poor and the environment. Plus, he just said that he likes atheists.
Have you ever been at a parafest or an indie horror film festival and thought, "Gosh, who is that hottie dressed like Bigfoot? I wish I could get their number, but I'm way too shy."
Welcome to the new, improved real paranormal section on Dread Central. We're calling it "The Seen and The Unseen." We're going to try to give you the best, the weirdest and the strangest of the paranormal news on the Internet.
Sometimes when scouring the Internet for horror movie related news for you cats, we come across an article that we just have to cover. Especially when its content proves to be way stranger than fiction.
Well, it sounds like we're going to have to wait a little longer to confirm the existence of extraterrestrial life as the much talked about six-inch alien humanoid skeleton has been debunked as being human. Or... is the government lying to us again?
At this point would it really shock anyone to find out that we're not alone in the universe? Some believe that aliens and UFOs have been visiting our planet since the dawn of time. One scientist in particular claims to have proof in his discovery of a tiny 6" alien corpse.
A week or so ago we posted coverage of our ghost hunting expedition to San Diego's William Heath Davis House, which we did with the San Diego Ghost Hunters. Today two of them will be taking to the web radio show Paranormal Underground. Read on for details.