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==Fortean Times #344 (Sep 2016)==
 
==Fortean Times #344 (Sep 2016)==
 
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* Release date: 18 Aug 2016
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* Cover price: £4.25
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* Cover: Tim Flach/Getty Images
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===Contents===
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* 14 On the Level - Three centuries of English Freemasonry
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* 38 The West Ham Disappearances - Unsolved crimes in Victorian London
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* 44 The House of Eternal Return - Dimensional slippage and interactive art in Santa Fe
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* 50 Government Leeks - Druids and Welsh politics
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* 74 Fortean Traveller - The hunebedden of Holland
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==Features==
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20 Big Cats Still Roam Britain (cover story)<br />It's time to take stock of the nation's out-of-place big cats, those enigmatic felids that turn up from Suffolk to South Wales. Rounding-up reports of mutilated livestock, lynxes on the loose, mystery panthers and the obligatory blurry photographs, '''[[Paul Sieveking]]''' provides the essential guide to five years' worth of sightings.
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30 Dagg's Demon<br />'''[[Paul Cropper]]''' and '''[[Tony Healy]]''' revisit a classic Canadian haunting - the Shawville Spook of 1889. The talking entity turned the Dagg family's lives upside down and the episode caused controversy, but this remains one of the best documented poltergeist cases ever recorded.
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38 The West Ham Disappearances<br />'''[[Jan Bondeson]]''' tells the story of one of the most shocking crimes of Victorian Britain and shows that the brutal 1890 murder of a young girl in West Ham was in fact the culmination of a string of mysterious unsolved vanishings in the area.
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44 The House of Eternal Return<br />'''[[Paul Ross]]''' visits Santa Fe's latest arts attraction, a surreal funhouse that fuses art and technology to create a multi-dimensional interactive narrative of high strangeness... and all in an abandoned bowling alley owned by George RR Martin...
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==Reports==
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50 Strange Statesmen - No 13. Government leeks '''[[SD Tucker]]'''
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54 Building a Fortean Library - No 12. Crash in hand '''[[The Hierophant's Apprentice]]'''
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74 Fortean Traveller - No 107. The hunebedden of Holland '''[[PJ Morrison]]'''
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==Strange Days==
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Oxfordshire's mystery Chinese tourists, Uffington's White Horse rechalked, Republican's vampire daughter, Pakistan's 'Solar Kids', Tutankhamun's extraterrestrial dagger, dead drug lord's hippos, plus telepathic savant - and much more.
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* 05 The Conspirasphere
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* 16 Arch&aelig;ology
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* 17 Classical Corner
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* 19 Mythconceptions
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* 26 Necrolog
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* 27 Fairies & Forteana
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* 28 Flying Sorcery
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* 29 UFO Casebook
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==Regulars==
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* 02 Editorial
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* 57 Reviews
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* 69 Letters
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* 73 It Happened To Me
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* 79 Phenomenomix
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* 80 Strange Deaths
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Fortean Times #344 (Sep 2016)

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Contents

  • 14 On the Level - Three centuries of English Freemasonry
  • 38 The West Ham Disappearances - Unsolved crimes in Victorian London
  • 44 The House of Eternal Return - Dimensional slippage and interactive art in Santa Fe
  • 50 Government Leeks - Druids and Welsh politics
  • 74 Fortean Traveller - The hunebedden of Holland

Features

20 Big Cats Still Roam Britain (cover story)
It's time to take stock of the nation's out-of-place big cats, those enigmatic felids that turn up from Suffolk to South Wales. Rounding-up reports of mutilated livestock, lynxes on the loose, mystery panthers and the obligatory blurry photographs, Paul Sieveking provides the essential guide to five years' worth of sightings.

30 Dagg's Demon
Paul Cropper and Tony Healy revisit a classic Canadian haunting - the Shawville Spook of 1889. The talking entity turned the Dagg family's lives upside down and the episode caused controversy, but this remains one of the best documented poltergeist cases ever recorded.

38 The West Ham Disappearances
Jan Bondeson tells the story of one of the most shocking crimes of Victorian Britain and shows that the brutal 1890 murder of a young girl in West Ham was in fact the culmination of a string of mysterious unsolved vanishings in the area.

44 The House of Eternal Return
Paul Ross visits Santa Fe's latest arts attraction, a surreal funhouse that fuses art and technology to create a multi-dimensional interactive narrative of high strangeness... and all in an abandoned bowling alley owned by George RR Martin...

Reports

50 Strange Statesmen - No 13. Government leeks SD Tucker

54 Building a Fortean Library - No 12. Crash in hand The Hierophant's Apprentice

74 Fortean Traveller - No 107. The hunebedden of Holland PJ Morrison

Strange Days

Oxfordshire's mystery Chinese tourists, Uffington's White Horse rechalked, Republican's vampire daughter, Pakistan's 'Solar Kids', Tutankhamun's extraterrestrial dagger, dead drug lord's hippos, plus telepathic savant - and much more.

  • 05 The Conspirasphere
  • 16 Archæology
  • 17 Classical Corner
  • 19 Mythconceptions
  • 26 Necrolog
  • 27 Fairies & Forteana
  • 28 Flying Sorcery
  • 29 UFO Casebook

Regulars

  • 02 Editorial
  • 57 Reviews
  • 69 Letters
  • 73 It Happened To Me
  • 79 Phenomenomix
  • 80 Strange Deaths



Previous Issue -- Next Issue