Investigations and reports conducted by O4SR members.
Early this century the commercial potential of a twisted and tilted fun-house was recognized by forward thinking entrepreneurs.
All it took was some judicious preparation, possibly the embellishment of oft-told Indian legends, and dropping a mysterious circular sphere
of inexplicable influence dead center on the "Fabulous Oregon Vortex," which included the newly-minted "House of Mystery".
This roadside tourist attraction opened for business around 1930, and has been raking them in ever since. - Written by Mark Cowan.
- Testing a "300% Efficient" Motor by Andrew Greenberg -
ProFacto archive article, Vol. 5 No. 4 issue
- Underground Pi Digging Out from Under Pseudoscience
by Mark Cowan - ProFacto archive article, Vol. 4 No. 3 issue