07 4 / 2014

17 3 / 2014

louxe:

 rodblur1: THE  BEGINNING

louxe:

 rodblur1: THE  BEGINNING

17 3 / 2014

(Source: diasnathalie)

06 3 / 2014

nawskaliens:

Ancient aliens guy being abducted slowly?

nawskaliens:

Ancient aliens guy being abducted slowly?

17 1 / 2014

professorgort:

Braniff Airways Flying Saucer, Freedomland Amusement Park, the Bronx, New York, Early 1960s
Photo via Worlds Fair Community

professorgort:

Braniff Airways Flying Saucer, Freedomland Amusement Park, the Bronx, New York, Early 1960s

Photo via Worlds Fair Community

17 1 / 2014

professorgort:

Illustration for “The Blonde from Outer Space,” 1954
Author Van Cort’s goofy short story “The Blonde from Outer Space” appeared in the November 13, 1954, edition of the Saturday Evening Post. The story shared several plot elements with George Adamski’s purportedly non-fiction contact account, published a year before in the book Flying Saucers Have Landed. In this story, however, the extraterrestrial encountered in the desert was a comely blonde who perched on the flange of her flying saucer, “daintily crossing her knees.”

professorgort:

Illustration for “The Blonde from Outer Space,” 1954

Author Van Cort’s goofy short story “The Blonde from Outer Space” appeared in the November 13, 1954, edition of the Saturday Evening Post. The story shared several plot elements with George Adamski’s purportedly non-fiction contact account, published a year before in the book Flying Saucers Have Landed. In this story, however, the extraterrestrial encountered in the desert was a comely blonde who perched on the flange of her flying saucer, “daintily crossing her knees.”

13 1 / 2014

07 1 / 2014

"Well," said Pooh, "what I like best—" and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called. — A.A. Milne, from The House at Pooh Corner.

"Well," said Pooh, "what I like best—" and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called. — A.A. Milne, from The House at Pooh Corner.

06 1 / 2014

06 1 / 2014

maudit:

One of the legends about this film was that Ed Wood used hubcaps as flying saucers. When really they were made from cheap model flying saucer kits purchased at a local toy store. But the “hubcap myth” was such a good story that Wood continued to claim it in interviews.(x)