The June edition of Phenomena Magazine is another corker, with lots of juicy stuff for ghost fans to get their teeth into. In particular there’s an in-depth report by co-editor Steve Mera of an investigation he carried out near Manchester, in whcih the main witness was a terrified small child. Gripping stuff.
Another lengthy article sees Dr Peter McCue revisiting the multilayered phenomenon known as ‘The Big Grey Man’ of Ben Macdhui, in the Cairngorms. The BGM has been getting a lot of attention recently: Andy Roberts is writing a book on the subject and Dr Karl Shuker has also been looking into it (he wrote an article on the subject for Paranormal a little while ago). Dave Sadler visits another spooky outdoors location, the strange cave or gorge in Staffordshire known as Lud’s Church, which may perhaps have been a sacred spot in pre-Christian times.
In addition, there’s the second part of Kirst D’Raven’s article on the Drummer of Tedworth; an overview of the poltergeist phenomenon, including personal experiences, by Robert Young; a short piece on the ghosts of the Queen Mary and other ships; and the owner of the ‘Anguished Man’ painting tells us why he thinks it’s haunted.
The cover story looks into the history of Crop Circles and there is a piece on a breakthrough in the search for alien life. And there’s the usual excellent round-up of paranormal news stories. So what are you waiting for? Go download now if you haven’t already: http://www.phenomenamagazine.co.uk