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“Yelm UFO Fest and Cosmic Symposium – The Dust Settles” by Richard F. Yates

On Friday afternoon, 28 July 2017, Michael King and I made the drive to an interesting little town about 30 minutes east of Olympia, WA, USA. The goal for the weekend was to sell some shirts and observe the goings-on … Continue reading

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“Visitations and All That…” by Richard F. Yates

Still in Yelm, Washington, USA, for the UFO Fest and Cosmic Symposium. I’ve taken many photos and will be writing a large post on the fest when I return to the Primitive Bunker (in a few days.) —Richard F. Yates

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“UFO Fest” by Richard F. Yates

Production for the Primitive Entertainment Workshop (usually quite busy on the weekends) will be slow to nil for the next few days because I will be working the Art Horse / H.E.X / Bonemill booth at the Yelm UFO Festival … Continue reading

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“Bigfoot (Part 3)” by Randy Long

[The adventure continues! I’ll post links to the first two parts (in case you missed them) at the end of this section. Without further ado, off we go to the magic lands of the Pacific Northwest!!! —RFY] The mid 1960s. … Continue reading

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“Bigfoot (Part 2)” by Randy Long

[Here is the second part of Randy Long’s epic “Bigfoot” story. If you haven’t read the first part yet, you can find it HERE… Now let’s get back to the adventure!!! —RFY] More about Kid Valley. I recall walking across … Continue reading

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“Goth-X (Part One)” by Michael King

“I’m sorry,” she whispered. Her delicate fingers pulling tear moistened hair from his cheek. Her throat quivered as she exhaled. He sat, looking away from her, staring at some part of the floor. Her eyes, beginning to well with liquid, … Continue reading

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“Driving in Vegas” by Richard F. Yates

Everyone goes 30 mph over the speed limit, and no one knows how to use a “turn-signal.” —Richard F. Yates

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