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* Release date: 28 Mar 2013
 
* Release date: 28 Mar 2013
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* Cover price: £4.25
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* US Edition has a cover price of $11.99 USA (CAN $13.25, AUS $12.95, NZ $17.30)
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* Cover: [[Ronaldo Schemidt]]/AFP/Getty Images
 
* [https://www.zinio.com/www/browse/issue.jsp?skuId=416257982#/ Zinio version]
 
* [https://www.zinio.com/www/browse/issue.jsp?skuId=416257982#/ Zinio version]
  
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===Strange Days===
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World's most famous bearded lady buried at last; new case of spontaneous human combustion (maybe); canine saviours; Vatican lightning and Russian meteorite; squirrels in a table; jump-starting the dead and much more.
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* 15 Mythconceptions
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* 16 Science
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* 18 Ghostwatch
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* 21 Konspiracy Korner
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* 22 Archaeology
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* 23 Classical Corner
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* 25 Alien Zoo
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* 26 Necrolog
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* 27 Strange Deaths
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* 28 The UFO Files
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'''Contents'''
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* 40 Doomsday Disappointment - Our man in Bugarach reports from the Village at the End of the World
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* 12 Having a Ball - Mystery purple spheres and ice boulders
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* 06 Fire From Heaven - Papel resignation calls down lightning
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* 44 Doggy Dramas - Canine actors and rescuers
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* 58 Meteoric Messages? - Did the Russians get a warning from ET?
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===Features===
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33 Apocalypse Not (Cover Story)<br />New Age doom-merchants, latter-day Christian prophets and Ken Barlow from Coronation Street all assured us that when teh Mayo Long Count calendar ran out on 21 December 2012, we'd be facing the End of the World... so what happened when the End was not nigh?<br /> In this special, 300th-issue symposium, '''[[David V Barrett]]''', '''[[Kevin Whitesides]]''', '''[[Peter Brookesmith]]''' and '''[[Richard Stanley]]''' are our guides through the last days of the 13th bak'tun and beyond...
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44 Doggy Dramas<br />'''[[Jan Bondeson]]''' celebrates the career of Carlo the acting Newfoundland dog and other celebrated canine thespians of the Victorian stage.
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50 Dr Dingwall's Casebook Part Two: 'Dirty Ding'<br />Eric John Dingwall, author, anthropologist, librarian and psychic investigator, was also known by some as the 'British Kinsey' due to his interest in sex. It was an interest, though, ,that brought him into conflict with his fellow psychical researchers, says '''[[Christopher Josiffe]]'''.
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===Reports===
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30 Blasts from the Past - No 44. Mrs Mann and her Winged Wonders by [[Theo Paijmans]]
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===Forum===
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57 Once in a lifetime by [[SD Tucker]]
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58 Meteoric Messages by [[Thomas N Hackney]]
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===Regulars===
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====02 Editorial====
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====61 Reviews====
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====73 Letters====
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====79 Phenomenomix====
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====80 Tales from the Vault====
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====78 Reader Info====
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===Masthead===
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* Editor - [[David Sutton]]
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* Founding Editor - [[Bob Rickard]]
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* Founding Editor - [[Paul Sieveking]]
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* Art Director - [[Etienne Gilfillan]]
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* Book Reviews Editor - [[Val Stevenson]]
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* Resident Cartoonist - [[Hunt Emerson]]
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Revision as of 19:32, 22 February 2016

Fortean Times #300 (Special 2013)

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  • Release date: 28 Mar 2013
  • Cover price: £4.25
  • US Edition has a cover price of $11.99 USA (CAN $13.25, AUS $12.95, NZ $17.30)
  • Cover: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images
  • Zinio version

Strange Days

World's most famous bearded lady buried at last; new case of spontaneous human combustion (maybe); canine saviours; Vatican lightning and Russian meteorite; squirrels in a table; jump-starting the dead and much more.

  • 15 Mythconceptions
  • 16 Science
  • 18 Ghostwatch
  • 21 Konspiracy Korner
  • 22 Archaeology
  • 23 Classical Corner
  • 25 Alien Zoo
  • 26 Necrolog
  • 27 Strange Deaths
  • 28 The UFO Files

Contents

  • 40 Doomsday Disappointment - Our man in Bugarach reports from the Village at the End of the World
  • 12 Having a Ball - Mystery purple spheres and ice boulders
  • 06 Fire From Heaven - Papel resignation calls down lightning
  • 44 Doggy Dramas - Canine actors and rescuers
  • 58 Meteoric Messages? - Did the Russians get a warning from ET?

Features

33 Apocalypse Not (Cover Story)
New Age doom-merchants, latter-day Christian prophets and Ken Barlow from Coronation Street all assured us that when teh Mayo Long Count calendar ran out on 21 December 2012, we'd be facing the End of the World... so what happened when the End was not nigh?
In this special, 300th-issue symposium, David V Barrett, Kevin Whitesides, Peter Brookesmith and Richard Stanley are our guides through the last days of the 13th bak'tun and beyond...

44 Doggy Dramas
Jan Bondeson celebrates the career of Carlo the acting Newfoundland dog and other celebrated canine thespians of the Victorian stage.

50 Dr Dingwall's Casebook Part Two: 'Dirty Ding'
Eric John Dingwall, author, anthropologist, librarian and psychic investigator, was also known by some as the 'British Kinsey' due to his interest in sex. It was an interest, though, ,that brought him into conflict with his fellow psychical researchers, says Christopher Josiffe.

Reports

30 Blasts from the Past - No 44. Mrs Mann and her Winged Wonders by Theo Paijmans

Forum

57 Once in a lifetime by SD Tucker

58 Meteoric Messages by Thomas N Hackney

Regulars

02 Editorial

61 Reviews

73 Letters

79 Phenomenomix

80 Tales from the Vault

78 Reader Info

Masthead



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