That's me. Your friendly official rep for LOWFI. I'm not sure what that means yet, but it's a cool banner and <a href="http://www.skylaire.com">Skylaire Alfvegren, who started this whole thing and is the Queen Fortean,</a> is astounding. Really, that's all any of us need to know.
<a href="http://www.anomalymagazine.com/2008/06/15/league-of-western-fortean-intermediatists-lowfi-exploring-southwestern-mysteries">SMiles Lewis is Texas Rep for LOWFI</a>, which is good news! Lesley (Debris Field, Gray Matters, etc. ) is the New Mexico rep.
More to come, as it comes. . . in the meantime, here's the official press release:
<blockquote>L.O.W.F.I. is a research-based, journal-publishing band of urbane explorers with interests in:
all shades of the paranormal, UFOs and unexplained aerial phenomena, cryptozoology and unknown animals, synchronicity and coincidence, religious cults, mass hysteria, giants and the ‘little people,’ inter/extra-dimensional visitors, oddball philosophies, evidence of pre-Columbian visitations to the southwest and other archaeological ‘anomalies,’ lost continents and vanished civilizations, spontaneous human combustion, sky falls, scientific hoaxes, earth energy/ley lines, conspiracies and enigmas, kooks and prophets, the people, places and events which make our corner of the world weird.
L.O.W.F.I. seeks to provide a clearinghouse for reports of such phenomena which will be archived and made available to the public, via a website (www.skylaire.com/lowfi.htm). We organize informal monthly salons and field trips and host visiting lecturers in an attempt to open lines of communication and create a sense of camaraderie amongst modern-day phenomenologists. Plans to publish a ganglia-tickling bi-monthly journal are in the works… but we need your support!