Our hosts Dr. Dean Bertram and Jason McLean visit the digital periodical and blog wing of the Mysterious Library. This week their conversation bounces off Norio Hayakawa's latest, insightful, blog post: "Why paranormal phenomena and real UFO sightings cannot be photographed with clarity, if at all." You can read Norio's post here: https://noriohayakawa.wordpress.com/2...Norio makes an excellent point regarding our apparent difficulty to capture good, if any, photographs of UFOs and other paranormal phenomena. He references several major UFO sightings, and paranormal events, which were witnessed by dozens, and sometimes thousands of people, but from which we have no viable photographs. He further suggests that our difficulty in capturing photos and footage of the paranormal, might buttress the point that we are dealing with something deceptive and manipulative; something which is intentionally testing our beliefs and convictions. What do your Mysterious Librarians think of Norio's hypothesis? Only one way to find out!