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Worst of the
Anti-Mormon Web

Yes, it is the glorious return of the "Worst of the Anti-Mormon Web." To honor the holiday at the end of the month, this Halloween special edition of the "Worst" will focus on the scariest anti-Mormon sites!

This is what happens when ancient Egypt meets Roswell, New Mexico. This is not exactly anti-Mormon, but it can hardly be called mainstream either.

And here is something of an explanation for the above. Oh, and I would be remiss if I didn't point you toward his account of his abductions by aliens. If you have a sound card, you can enjoy the macabre music.

And while we are on the theme of aliens, here is a novel explanation for the visit of Moroni to Joseph Smith.

Is there anything scarier than Ed Decker constantly rising from the dead? And can't those Danite bus drivers do anything right? One other thing—I was stunned to discover that there are no Christian churches in Manti!

Finally, we revisit a favorite site, just for Halloween. This place looks like it was made for Halloween. Click on the "false doctrines" icon to find the nice things they have to say about Mormonism. I just love all the little skulls and poison signs. Oooooohhhh, scary!