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Fortean Times #349 (Jan 2017)



  • 10 Auroral Aural Anomalies - Listening to the Northern Lights
  • 30 Sorcerers Supreme - Chandu the Magician to Doctor Strange
  • 38 Happy Old Christmas - Why some people save the celebrations for January
  • 48 Strange Statesmen - East is best and West is beast
  • 56 O Lucky Dog - Todmorden's invented tradition


30 Conjuring Asia (cover story)
Marvel's Doctor Strange is just the latest in a long line of seekers after truth who have headed to the Mystic East in search of spiritual enlightenment and supernatural powers. Chris Goto-Jones recalls the Western magicians who transformed themselves into turban-sporting seers, and examines the appeal of Orientalism's magical myth.

38 Happy Old Christmas
You thought it was all over, but due to the Orthodox refusal to accept the new fangled Gregorian calendar, many people - from Margate to Memphis - will still be celebrating Christmas in January. Ted Harrison goes in search of some stubborn old traditions...

42 The Occult Life of Montague Summers
Was Montague Summers a priest or a dabbler in the dark arts? With one foot in the Catholic Church and another in the world of the supernatural, he has been claimed as both. Brian Regal explores the real 'occult life' of one of the great eccentrics of English letters.


28 Blasts from the Past - No 65. Tales of spontaneous human levitation Theo Paijmans

48 Strange Statesmen - No 17. Russia Today: East is Best and West is Beast SD Tucker

52 Building a Fortean Library - No 17. A new view over Albion The Hierophant's Apprentice

74 Tales from the Illustrated Police News - No 53. Newfoundland dogs to the rescue! Jan Bondeson


55 The Horror in the British Museum by Steve Toase

56 Todmorden's 'lucky' dog by John Billingsley

Strange Days

Trump's fringe science, haunted railway stations, extreme water allergies, Thai ogres, Antarctic pyramids, mysterious hums and pings, the Humber Monster, spectral photobombs, man turns into tricycle - and much more.

  • 05 The Conspirasphere
  • 14 Archæology
  • 15 Classical Corner
  • 16 Science
  • 18 Ghostwatch
  • 21 Alien Zoo
  • 23 Mythconceptions
  • 26 The UFO Files


  • 02 Editorial
  • 59 Reviews
  • 69 Letters
  • 78 Reader Info
  • 79 Phenomenomix
  • 80 Strange Deaths

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