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Haunting Houses

My Spookology article in the July edition of Phenomena Magazine this time focuses on an unusual type of ghost which turns the classic haunted house scenario on its head – the house IS the ghost. In these cases perfectly solid … Continue reading

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Spectral Birds and other spooks

My latest ‘Spookology’ article in Phenomena Magazine focuses in on some of the extraordinary ghostly phenomena to be found in the works of Frederick George Lee. It continues to amaze me that so few of the true-life ghost stories this … Continue reading

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Phenomena Magazine for November

Have you downloaded the latest Phenomena Magazine yet? When I tried to immediately after publication I found that the download limit had already been reached for that day, evidence of the publication’s deserved popularity. Well, it was worth the wait. … Continue reading

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The October edition of Phenomena Magazine

Once again I find I have neglected to promote Phenomena Magazine, despite having an article in it! Shame on me, for the October edition maintains its excellent reputation. My own contribution is the second part of my ‘Spookology’ article on … Continue reading

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More weirdness in Phenomena Magazine

The second of my Spookology articles can be found in the latest Phenomena Magazine. This month I introduce one of my favourite characters in UK folklore, the Rev Edmund Jones, who was known as ‘The Old Prophet’ because of his … Continue reading

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Spookology in Phenomena Magazine

I’ve just started a new column in the fine pages of Phenomena Magazine, edited by Steve Mera and Dave Sadler. It’s called ‘Spookology’, a tongue-in-cheek term I invented in a former Paranormal Magazine editorial of mine. Basically, it’s going to … Continue reading

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Scary stuff in the latest Phenomena Magazine

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, … Continue reading

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