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Philip Imbrogno in The New York Times

This post was written by Anna
on October 15, 2010 | Comments (1)

Philip Imbrogno, author of Files from the Edge, Interdimensional Universe, Ultraterrestrial Contact, and co author of Night Siege and the forthcoming Vengeful Djinn, has been featured in The New York Times.

The article, “A Hike into the Mystic, or a Walk in the Woods?” details journalist Kevin Flynn’s trip to Hawk Rock in Kent, New York, led by Philip Imbrogno, a science educator, author and paranormal investigator. The reason for the trip was Imbrogno’s belief, detailed in several of his books, that that particular parcel of land is an entrance to our world from another. Several rock chambers in the area are known to be sites for ley lines, and the area is also the site of multiple UFO sightings, magnetic-field anomalies, and Indian lore.

Read the full New York Times article here.

Reader Comments

Written By Tiluriso
on October 25th, 2010 @ 12:10 pm

I don’t have either a website or blog, I’m just a curious person w/ long history of interest for our ‘hidden frontiers of knowledge’; UFOs, the Paranormal,the fringes of the ‘New Physics’, mind +matter stuff,spirituality, etc…I recently read Mr. Philip J. Imbrogno’s ‘Interdimensional Universe’, a very interesting book on some of these aforementioned subject matters and was wondering if someone can refer me to any blogs/website of his, where his (and similar ‘paraphysical theories) can be freely discussed and/or debated.

Thank you in advance, for a reply;
Best Regards and Peace be with you.


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