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.

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

We've got a lot of love for pirates and on Interational Talk Like A Pirate Day we welcome sea farers and land lubbers to take a gander at our strange but true oddities and artifacts. Saul Ravencraft has taken up the spirit of things and agreed to do his tours and shows in pirate lingo all day long! What better way to celebrate the day than taking your picture with one of our pirate skeleton statues?!

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So very sad to hear that Basil Gogos, our favorite Famous Monsters of Filmland cover artist, has passed away. Other than Forry Ackerman himself, no one had such an impact on that influential magazine than he did. Rest in peace, Basil. Through your work you had already become immortal, long before Prince Sirki took you from us. ...

We were devastated to hear of the passing of our long time friend and cover artist, Basil Gogos. His legendary art not only captured the eyes and hearts of Monster Kids, but inspired others to pursue art and their love for horror. Rest in peace, old friend. Our hearts go out to all Basil's family and friends. Show us the Basil Gogos piece that you loved most.

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School has started again and many have experienced the chaos of the first week of new schedules, getting supplies, and all the other change. Good thing there's a holiday this weekend to take a breath!

While you're enjoying that break, come join us at the Museum of the Weird. View our mummies, shrunken heads, animal oddities and other bizarre exhibits. Enjoy a special guided look at the new Sfanthor Chamber of Horrors and the amazing Creature In Ice led by one of our in-house weirdos.

While you're here, shop the Lucky Lizard for unique art and artifacts including t-shirts, jewelry, and things you'll just have to see for yourself. Special surprise gift for military, students, and seniors with purchase of a museum ticket.

You'll be fortified to take on another week back at school.

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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.

New hiding place for Nessie…

Last week we introduced a report about the search for Bigfoot that resulted from four years of study. While it doesn’t have the indisputable evidence that we crave, it brought up a number of ideas about why we could look and look and look for something and still not be able to find it. This […]
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: January 22, 2016, 5:30 pm

Report released from 4-year Bigfoot search

Why don’t we have Bigfoot in a cage yet? Why hasn’t he been captured? When do we get definitive proof? How hard can it be? As it turns out it’s harder than we might imagine. Few of us are actually privy to the painful process of discovery. We find out the results, the path that […]
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: January 15, 2016, 5:30 pm

What’s better than finding a skeleton under the schoolyard?

What’s better than finding a skeleton under the schoolyard? How about finding that skeleton might be an executed pirate?! As part of excavating a playground last year at the Victoria Primary School in Edinburgh the AOC Archaeology Group performed an archaeological survey. This is a common practice, especially in historical areas like where the school […]
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: January 8, 2016, 5:30 pm

Weird New Year Traditions

If you thought your New Year party was weird, here are some tradition from around the world that may surprise you and inspire you for next year!
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: January 1, 2016, 5:30 pm

A guest sent this weird video

We get some interesting stories from some of our guests. One sent us some startling video of a ghostly presence they recorded at home.
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: December 18, 2015, 5:30 pm

Is this how it all ends?

In the midst of the big holiday season there's nothing like giving a little thought to the end of the world. While wars, pestilence, disease, and alien invasion are still the favorite stories, there is a danger lurking out there that we can't really do anything about.
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: December 11, 2015, 6:09 pm

Try these weird Christmas traditions

Make your Christmas the weirdest ever by borrowing one of these strange holiday traditions from around the world.
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: December 4, 2015, 5:30 pm

Shocking Black Friday Carnage (video)

In the camps people begin to stir. They have waited restlessly for days, leaving family and friends behind for a grim existence without luxury. While others gathered around the Thanksgiving table, they remained vigilant, preparing for this moment. Now the day is upon them. Adrenaline quickly overcomes the bleariness of fatigue in the predawn hour, […]
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: November 27, 2015, 6:01 am

Thanks for everything

A thank you to all who make our Museum possible.
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: November 26, 2015, 5:30 pm

Astronaut’s “UFO” tweet only latest in long history of encounters

A recent tweet started more conversation about astronauts' encounters with UFOs, and there is a long, mysterious history...
Author: Doc Ravencraft
Posted: November 20, 2015, 5:30 pm