Saul is the chief correspondent for the Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas. He began by writing regular articles in the web site’s blog. Then, in early 2016, the Museum changed their social media strategy, focusing more on Facebook posts. Below you’ll find the latest entries from Facebook followed by the blog archive. Click a section to expand it.

You can also catch Saul regularly at the Museum giving personal tours of the Inner Sanctum and providing a taste of his Paranormal Entertainment. If you know you are going to the Museum, contact Saul to find out when he’ll be there and so he can arrange something special to celebrate your visit. You can also check his calendar to see when he’s there.

Here are the last dozen posts to Facebook. To see more go to the Museum’s Facebook page.

We take a solumn pause to honor the extraordinary life of Stephen Hawking. He demonstrated the true powers of the mind to overcome obstacles. He gave us wonder at the majesty of the universe and opened us to new possibilities. Rest in peace. ...

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Think your tats are old school? Think again! These are REALLY old school! ...

Tattoos of a wild bull, a symbol of power and virility, and a Barbary sheep, were found on Egyptian mummies dating to between 3341 and 3017 BC at the British Museum in London.

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Our own Saul Ravencraft is screening the film Freaks, featuring this handsome fellow that you can see in our Sfanthor waxworks when you take the Museum tour. We'll be open until midnight so you can come see us before or after. ...

Nearly every day I give tours of the Sfanthor Chamber of Horrors at the Museum of the Weird and walk beneath Prince Randian, a man with no arms and no legs who crawled around like a snake and could roll and light his own cigarettes using only his lips. He is featured with a number of other extraordinary people in this bizarre, unforgettable film by the man who directed Bela Lugosi in Dracula. It is amazing and still disturbing today. Join us, Monday, March 12 at Mister Tramps Sports Pub & Cafe.

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Reporters react to weird, live video footage caught on one of their city cams. ...

Quite the sight in the sky over downtown Milwaukee Tuesday morning. But it was just a huge flock of seagulls. FOX6's Amy DuPont shows you more: www.facebook.com/fox6news/videos/10155602164781523/

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Here are some serious catfish! ...

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Here are the last few posts in the Museum blog archive. To see them all look at the Weekly Weird News page.

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