Garrison Hilliard's EFN home page

Garrison's home page is always remodeling.

Yep; it's me, hanging out in the little nature preserve in back of C. S. Lewis's house in Oxford, England.

Yep, it's a rather simple web page... if you want something flashy, follow any of the links!

Go to Garrison's useful links page

Go to Garrison's software page

Go to Garrison's family page

Go to the EFN Home Page

Go to James Randi's page

Go to Penn & Teller's page

Go to CSICOP's page

Go to the Cranks page

Go to Wade Smith's page

Go to the Small Business Administration forum: bit.listserv.skeptic

Go to Robert Sheaffer's page

Newage... it rhymes with "sewage", and is just as crappy. Click here for a few prime examples of sites for the feeble-minded

And click here for my big list o' science links!

Drop a note to and let Garrison know you stopped by!

Garrison Hilliard is an internationally published poet, writer, and skeptic whose work has appeared in many literary magazines and university journals. A selection of some of the magazines his writings have appeared in include SHAWNEE SILHOUETTE, RHODODENDRON, INNISFREE, PROPHETIC VOICES, WHISPER, LEATHERNECK: THE OFFICIAL MARINE MAGAZINE, and many others. Garrison's works of imaginative erotica have also received widespread publication, with his work appearing in nearly all of the leading ribald magazines, including HUSTLER, SCREW, PENTHOUSE, CHIC, et al. Mr. Hilliard has a listing in "Who's Who of American Poets & Writers", and is currently finding new outlets for his literary works via that miracle of the late twentieth century, the INTERNET.

...and what the fuck

were you doing out

with a little horse

on a night like that


And here's that Israeli con guy Uri Geller failing to be psychic on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show"!

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And here's a pretty woman, nude, not doing anything sexual at all and since nudity per se has not been legally established as being obscene or indecent, it's a statement of free speech! Take that, net-prudes!

Nice, eh?