A new thing. If you send me a question, particularly on Twitter, which only allows 140 characters to answer, and if I think others may also benefit from the answer, I will post it here.
From Twitter: "@Lady_Aleena @Robert_Wronski Hello. Just read http://www.televisioncrossoveruniverse.com/…/the-truth-is-i… … and was wondering if you independently verify your crossovers." I tried to answer her there in 140 characters, but I thought I should also answer here where I can answer better. When I research a particular subject for a blog post, I do not always get to watch every episode and read every story. I wish I had the time and money to do so. Though I do try to personally confirm as much as possible, I rely on a multitude of somewhat reliable sources, and of course a select group of volunteer researchers (the TVCU Crew) to provide me with further information. When information is coming to me second hand, I try to verify the information with at least one other source. (Two is better.) Of course, as regular followers know, sometimes I will get something wrong, and will have to edit the post. But this actually doesn't happen that often. More times, I'm usually contacted because I missed something rather than for posting incorrect information. But if it does turn out something is incorrect, I will rectify that. I'm always open to feedback, and will always gladly provide further information on how I uncovered a specific crossover.
-Robert E. Wronski, Jr., creator of the Television Crossover Universe