The (super)nature of ghosts explored in Phenomena Magazine

The May edition of Phenomena Magazine is ready for download and is as cracking as ever. Particularly appealing to me are the three separate articles all of which in their own way explore the (super)nature of the ghostly phenomenon. Robert Young in ‘What is a Ghost?’ discusses the various theories made to account for ghosts and John Pyrtz, in ‘Things That Go Bump In The Night’, particularly focuses on the biological possibilities – hallucinations, brain malfunctions, eyesight issues etc – and raises the interesting point that our almost phobic fear of ghosts is a pointer to their genuine existence. Peter McCue completes the trio by highlighting the peculiarity of apparitions of non-living things, especially planes, trains and automobiles, and the problem this poses for those who believe ghosts are returning spirits of the dead.

In addition there are articles on the Moon-landing conspiracy theory, and personal account of a Bigfoot sighting and several excellent articles on UFOs by Nick Pope, Andy Roberts, Steve Mera etc. If you haven’t already done so, download your free copy of the May edition of Phenomena now: http://www.phenomenamagazine.co.uk

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About UncannyUK

I am the editor of Uncanny UK (www.uncannyuk.com), a website devoted to British ghosts and folklore. I am the former editor of Paranormal Magazine and the author five books on Welsh folklore. Just launched Apparition Developments, first product of which is Ghost Finder London - an app plotting 300 haunted sites in London for iPhone. I'm a highly experienced journalist and corporate copywriter. I'm an enthusiast on the subjects of UK folklore, the supernatural and antiquities and am fond of old horror and sci-fi movies, cult TV such as Dr Who and I collect Victorian/Edwardian magazines. I also enjoy weird art and macabre literature by the likes of M R James, E F Benson, Algernon Blackwood, W Hope-Hodgson, H P Lovecraft etc. I live in North Wales, which is a very spooky place.
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