Polsley, who regularly writes about the paranormal for the website of the Daily News, relates these women’s autoerotic fantasies to the Sons of God from Genesis 6:1-4, who descended to Earth to have sex with human women. “The ‘sons’ refers to the ‘fallen angels’ who in my opinion are a bunch of aliens who might have gotten a bad rap but nevertheless were super randy,” she writes.
Polsley is the co-founder of Paranormal Pursuit, a streaming-video ghost-hunting organization that she had hoped to use to launch a cable TV reality show. She concluded her column with advice for dating a ghost or space alien: “Don't get sucked into a draining relationship. You should feel empowered and safe…” So only consensual anal probing?
Speaking of which: When Scott Wolter and J. Hutton Pulitzer announced their joint multimedia venture, XpLrR, in May they made it sound like it was a 50-50 partnership between the two men, calling it a “historic merger.” Not surprisingly, Pulitzer has treated their supposedly joint venture like his personal property. (Ownership is unclear since I could not find any public records or registered intellectual property for the venture, and their domain name is registered to a proxy service.) The pair’s @GoXplrr Twitter handle is written entirely by Pulitzer (he also has his own personal @HuttonPulitzer handle). He has been tweeting out controversial conservative political material that (a) has nothing to do with the pair’s fringe archaeology and (b) is at odds with Wolter’s own feminist liberalism. I wonder how Wolter likes be associated with such content?
In the past few days, Pulitzer posted links to extremist conservative material accusing the U.S. attorney general of undermining the Constitution by allowing the U.N. to police American cities. He also posted about his concern that Pres. Obama would attempt to prevent the presidential election by declaring martial law, and he shared paranoid conservative videos alleging that the U.S. government is preparing for imminent martial law. (The claim was recently popularized by Alex Jones, Donald Trump’s favorite online conspiracy theorist.) The last use of martial law in America occurred in 1961, when the governor of Alabama declared martial law in an attempt to suppress the Civil Rights movement.
Pulitzer also posted material that contained racial commentary on the problems with African American culture, including criticism of Alton Sterling, a Black man shot by police officers last week, attacking Sterling as a bad father who promoted thug culture. Pulitzer changed his Facebook photo to “Blue Lives Matter” and praised critics of African American culture for standing up to what he sees as a culture of violence and thuggery.
Pulitzer also used the @GoXplrr Twitter handle to link to his persona Facebook page to announce that he suffers from PTSD acquired due to “seeing suicide boomers (sic) vaporized in an instant in fact so fast their upper torso become a pink mist and their legs take a few seconds to know it and fall.” Pulitzer had announced the same thing on his Facebook page on July 2 last year, in virtually the same words. He did not specify where he saw suicide bombers, but he implied that it was in Israel. I did not mentioned his PTSD while confined to his private Facebook page, until he himself made it public this week on Twitter. But again: What does this have to do with the XpLrR operation?
Meanwhile, the pair’s XpLrR.tv website remains unfinished and contains only Pulitzer-related advertisements and failed memes. Their Periscope channel is unused, and all of their public releases so far have gone out under Pulitzer’s personal social media accounts or under his former Treasure Force and/or History Heretic brands. It kind of makes me angry that the two of them are so incompetent when it comes to putting together a multimedia venture. On the plus side, this incompetence means that no one can find their products, but it almost makes me feel bad for Wolter, who is getting the short end of the stick by serving as Pulitzer’s latest acquisition to create fictitious credibility. Just check out his incoherent and rambling LinkedIn page, which reads like Chinese spam-bot tried to fabricate a fake dating profile for Tony Stark. Note that it includes his completely false Smithsonian “Laureate Medal,” and that he lists his “education” as all the schools that have a paper copy of the Smithsonian’s 2001 case study about his company. His page also claims, on such strength, that he worked for the Smithsonian!