from Alaska Trip!
Photos from our visit to
Legends and Lore of
623 Broadway E
Capitol Hill Area
Come see and here the story of Mini-Max the Crystal Skull
when Max the Healing Skull visited the museum in April of 2007.
Chehalis Crop Circle - Photo by Ralph Meaney.
The Seattle Museum of The Mysteries in the Capitol Area of Seattle is excited to announce it has recently received several landmark, original publications which highlight the beginings of Sasquatch and UFO discovery and research in the United States. The Museum has received the very first issue of
FATE Magazine from 1948 thanks to a donation by Dana Fos.
This magazine is considered among the longest continuous publication on the paranormal. The first issue presents a first hand account by Seattle's Kenneth Arnold, a Federal Marshall detailing his sighting of nine flying disks over Mount Rainier on June 24, 1947 . This sighting is considered to be the first sighting of UFO's in modern American history. It is from this sighting that media coined ther term t"flying saucer". Original edtions of this magazine are quite scarce. The Museum has received original editions of the first four issues of FATE. The Museum also has an original copy of Kenneth Arnolds book, "The Coming of The Saucers" published in 1952.
The museum has also acquired a first edition of Roger Patterson's
"Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?" published in Yakima in 1966.
The book was donated by museum librarian Philip Lipson who recently acquired the book. Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin are well known for taking the clearest and best known films of what many believe to be an actual bigfoot. The Museum specializes in documenting unusual and historical events in the Pacific Northwest from the earliest times of the Native American through the present.
the development of Seattle's best Invention!
As seen at the
St. Patrick's Day Dash
Monty Reed, Research Director for Lifesuit (patent
pending) is developing a powered brace mobility device
The solution? Cover with
Clear nail polish!
Why does it work? It is believed the nail polish seals off air from the wart in much the same way that duct tape is said to work.
Clear nail polish is also less noticable than tape or the black skin that results from freezing warts.
Results are reported to be seen the next day.
Try it and let us know your results. e-mail Charlette at email@example.com
The Seattle Museum of the Mysteries
is not associated with any religious or political organizations
nor do we stress one ideology over another.
Our mission is to respectfully provide a
platform to further the understanding of mysteries, paranormal science and alternative forms of technology via our exhibits, library
lectures, author presentations and our cultural arts program.
For Questions on the museum or event scheduling contact either
or Philip Lipson
Member Washington State Convention and
Visitors Bureau 2006
Member Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce 2004
Capitol Hill Community Council 2008
LeFevre - Museum Director
Philip Lipson - is a "Cosmic" Librarian" with a Master's degree in Library Science from Wayne State University in Detroit and has had experience in both public and academic libraries.
The bureaucracy of government regulated libraries could not contain him and he has devoted the last 25 years in establishing himself as an independent researcher and investigator of subjects of paranormal interest. He is available for consultations. In 1980 Philip ran for Sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan, Libertarian Party. Lucky for the library he lost. His slogan was "Behave Yourself", a motto he still lives by today - or so he says.
The Seattle UFO/Paranormal Group is a non-profit organization with a four member Board of Directors and a list of advisors.
Board Members and Advisors
The museum would like to thank the Raynier Foundation and
the Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
The staff and volunteers and speakers, organizations and all the members who have put in their time and effort.
Art from Max the Crystal Skull who visited the museum in 2007