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Roswell’s UFO Festival is a reminder that we’re all still obsessed with America’s infamous spacecraft crash

It was a blisteringly hot July day thanks to the searing New Mexico sun. Rancher Mac Brazel just wanted to get his sheep to water, but something was in the way.

Brazel, a man living his simple life 33 miles southeast of Corona in the southeastern part of the state, was truly living in the...

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Get outta town: You won’t regret visiting these mystical hand-carved caves

You don’t have to be your every day spelunker to enjoy Ra Paulette’s hand-carved caves. Heck – you don’t even have to be a spelunker at all. You just have to have a pair of eyes and like cool things, and if you don’t, why are you reading DGO?

Paulette’s work on these caves is perhaps one of the most astounding works of...

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Celene Beth Calderon's “Theodore” documentary isn't your average Ted Bundy film

As the first woman to make a documentary about Ted Bundy, Celene Beth Calderon has a lot she wants to change about how true crime stories are depicted in the media.

Given problematic films like “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” and “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” Bundy's gruesome story...

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Death of a UFO research legend: All hail Stanton Friedman

The world lost one of its greats this week.

Renowned UFO investigator Stanton Friedman died Monday at the ripe old age of 84 at Pearson International Airport in Toronto, according to Newsweek.

If you’ve never heard of Friedman until now, you best be hitting up the Google and looking him up. While you’re at it, do...

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Take a road trip to the healing hot springs across the Four Corners

The idea that hot springs have healing powers is accepted all over the world, and we’re lucky, because our little corner of the country is rich in geothermal-heated mineral water. The Ute Indians and other tribes who settled in this area called the hot springs “miracle waters” because of their incredible curative powers....

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Get outta town: The Lightning Field in Quemado is shockingly breathtaking

There’s nothing quite like watching lightning dance across the sky. An even better option than staring up during a storm, though, would be watching lightning strike 400 stainless steel poles set up as a grid on the vast plains of New Mexico.

This is where we ask if you’ve ever heard of “The Lightning Field” near...

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Celebrate thine independence at these regional 4th of July events

Holy fireworks. To borrow a joke from Jim Gaffigan, it’s about time to blow shit up to honor our forefathers who fought and died for our freedom from Great Britain long, long, long ago. ‘Merica, baby. If you’re looking to keep your spirits up and commemorate another year of the country not totally crumpling to the ground,...

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Get your extraterrestrial thrills at Roswell’s UFO Festival

If you haven’t noticed yet, we here at DGO Mag loooooove us some UFOs and aliens. So, naturally, when we saw that New Mexico’s very own Roswell – the self-proclaimed UFO capital of the world – was hosting its annual UFO Festival, we were thrilled. We will, of course, will be in attendance.

From July 5-7, an estimated...

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Missippi marks historic 1973 alien abduction site

Alien abductions may not play as vital a role in the shaping of our country such as, say, the Civil Rights Movement and women’s suffrage, but we here at DGO Mag would like to think it plays some type of important part.

Apparently, so does Mississippi. On June 22, the city of Pascagoula placed a historical marker near a...

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A look behind the drag scenes: Meet the queens bringing you Pride 2019

“Our room isn’t ready, so we’re totally f@!ked.”

Lady Shug and her posse of queens, Deja Williams and Khloe Layla Malone, are due on stage in an hour at the San Juan Center for Independence in Farmington for the Queens Riot: A Celebration of Queer Resistance. It’s been a whirlwind of a day, with last minute trips to...

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Your regional 2019 Pride survival guide

All that glitters are rainbows in the month of June, and we’re here for it. During this celebration of LGBTQ Pride, there’s a full spectrum of shows, dances, karaoke, and brunches, among other events we’re looking forward to over the next several weeks.

Let your rainbow freak flag fly and visit these regional Pride...

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Please buy us this haunted medieval witch jail

Good news! If you’re looking for real estate in England, you can now purchase a former medieval prison where witches were once jailed for, well, being witches. Or, “witches,” we should probably say.

The cottage, aka The Cage, is listed for £240,000, or $305,683, on rightmove.com, with key features such as “ARE YOU...

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Pennsylvania woman sentenced in alien cult-related murder

If you’re reading this, we sincerely hope you know by now that joining a cult is a bad idea. If Charles Manson and NXIVM didn’t bode enough of a warning, perhaps this online alien cult-related murder will.

Barbara Rogers, a Pennsylvania woman who was involved in an online alien cult, Sherry Shriner, along with her...

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