PARANORMAL ISSUE 61

In this edition, we find part one of ‘The Ruler of The Roost’, a truly terrifying encounter between Mike Hallowell and a treacherous nature spirit called a ‘Boggart’. This malignant entity was inflicting itself on a young family in the south-east of England and it was not going to leave quietly.

Dan Green investigates the possibility that all forms of divination may have a fundamental truth at their core, while Alan James looks into the possibility that particle physics might reveal considerably more about the paranormal than might at first appear, something that physicists are only now coming to realise.

The ever-reliable Mike Oram shares yet another unearthly encounter, this time with ‘The Great Serpent of Upminster’ and we embark on the first part of a two-part tale from Steve Mera involving a Succubus infestation in the unlikely setting of Morecambe. John Pickering shows that spirit photography might be a very genuine phenomenon, and lastly, internationally renowned researchers and authors Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince show that the paranormal cheerfully continues to manifest despite the best efforts and denials of people like Richard Dawkins.

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