Installed article concerning the so called "Flatwoods Monster" of Flatwoods, West Virginia and gallery of the annual Flatwoods Festival in the Alien Encounter section.
Re-organized the Lunar Anomalies Catalog and Lunar Gallery so that the graphics files are more consistent and easier to access. Also added a few new "discoveries".
It's Friday the 13th. Check out the Black Cat lunar anomaly.
A gallery of Google Earth lunar anomalies is now available in the Unexplained Anomalies section of the website.
There is also a catalog of recently encountered lunar anomalies, giving the latitudes and longitudes, on page two of the lunar anomalies article.
Finished updating the home page (for now). Added Babelfish to the site to accomodate non-english speaking visitors from around the world.
You can shrink the Yahoo Babel-bar at the top of the page by placing your mouse cursor on the bottom edge of the bar and raising it with the left mouse button.
Please let us know if you have any problems or difficulties viewing the site. Thanks for dropping by and have a great day.
Updated article about historic anomalous sightings on the moon has been posted in page three of the Lunar Anomalies article.
Added "Babelfish" to the individual web pages temporarily while the home page is being updated and re-designed to accomodate our foreign visitors.
You can shrink the Yahoo Babel-bar at the top of the page by placing your mouse cursor on the bottom edge of the bar and raising it with the left mouse button. Yahoo!
Users of the Firefox browser (especially older versions) may experience some technical problems with Babelfish. We are trying to resolve those problems at present. Let us know if you are having difficulty.
An article about the discovery of anomalous structures on the moon has been posted in Unexplained Anomalies.
An article about a woman who observed 15 to 20 alien beings roaming across her property in North Carolina has been posted in Alien Encounters.
It's called the Incident at Allen Jay.
The article about "Orbs" has been completed and posted in Unexplained Anomalies.
An article about "scoop marks" and alien abductions has been posted in Alien Encounters.
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After years of research and field investigations and several months of preparations, The Caviness Report is now a reality on the Internet. I had known for most of my life that paranormal things did indeed exist. But, eventually, I felt compelled to go out into the real world that we all actually live in everyday to see just what I could find beyond the usual TV documentaries, the books and the magazines. I wanted to see for myself just what was really going on out there in the actual real world- not the artificial world of the media.
In 1999, I set out on what turned out to be a very long journey of discovery that included meeting others who had encountered things paranormal as well as having experiences of my own that kept me actively engaged with work in the field. I have confirmed quite a few things that I had always heard about, and I have wanted to share with the real world the very real things-that have a very unreal nature-that definitely exist in those realms just beyond our five senses. As I set out on my journey of discovery, the Internet began to grow and become a part of everyday life for a large segment of American society-and the perfect vehicle in which to share with the rest of the world the results of my findings.
The Caviness Report is a work-in-progress and always will be. So, feel free to navigate through the entire website and send questions or comments any time. The purpose of this web site is not to try to sway anybody into believing any particular thing. Its purpose is merely to share knowledge and provoke thought. Skeptics and debunkers generally do not know enough about their subjects to be taken seriously, so they will be wasting their time with this website. However, The Caviness Report welcomes any positive feedback at any time from everyone and will always appreciate any comments or helpful hints as to how to make the website better.
Feel free to check back periodically for frequent changes and additions to the site. Future updates will be posted, here.
Thanks for visiting. I hope to always make it worth your while. Don't hesitate to share any experiences you have had or suspect you have had.
Alan Caviness - Independent Paranormal Field Investigator