Contact and Legal Information
If for some reason you wish to contact me, my email address is:
Here's to hoping that clever writing of my email adress cuts down on the ol' spam. I appreciate feedback on both the site's content and appearance, whether positive or negative, as long as it is constructive. Be forewarned that if you email me, I may or may not post the text of the email on the Reader Feedback page. If you have had first-hand dealings with the paranormal, whether in the form of UFOs, ghosts, psychic abilities, bigfoot, or what have you, I am very much interested in speaking with you. Articles I write based on first-hand information are always preferred over second- or third-hand sources, and contain little, if any, mockery. If you take the time to contact me, I respect that, and will refrain from taking cheap shots and calling names.
Also, it should be known that I have a standing challenge to debate anyone on any topic at anytime in any place, assuming I don't have prior engagements, can actually make it to the venue, and so on.
Is there a topic you'd like to see me write about? Perhaps you've heard of what seems like an air-tight case of the paranormal, and think it will change my mind, or perhaps you just want to hear my take on something? Drop me an email and let me know. I write about all subjects, not just easy targets and blatantly untruths like Betty and Barney Hill.
If you see a photo on this site that you think belongs to you and you would like it taken down, or more properly attributed to you, kindly drop me a line and explain the situation. I am not looking to infringe on anyone's copyrights, just to infringe on people's unquestioning belief in the paranormal.Many photos on this site were first published elsewhere, and I try to appropriately attribute them. The only exception is for pictures that I know are not copyrighted by the site I took them from (i.e., the Surgeon's Photo of the Loch Ness Monster, stills from the Patterson Bigfoot film, etc.)
I do, in fact, have the express written consent of the Editor-in-Chief of The Triangle to republish articles on this site that were originally featured in that newspaper. All articles originally published there have the date noted after the article. Any article that does not say it was originally published elsewhere was published first on this site. If I go back through an article and make substantial changes, I remove the comment about it originally being published by the triangle.I reserve all rights, copyrights, and whatever other legal things I can on all of my articles. If you want to reproduce it, that's fine, just please let me know. All articles on this site not written by me are copyrighted by their original authors, as far as I know.
Be seeing you,
Dr. Aaron Sakulich
PS - Death threats are usually not taken seriously if they contain more than five misspelled words.