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==Fortean Times #351 (Mar 2017)==
 
==Fortean Times #351 (Mar 2017)==
 
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* Release date: 2 Mar 2017
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* Cover price: £4.25
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* Cover Image: Hazel Lee Santino
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===Contents===
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* 6 Beware Squirrels! - Rodents on a rampage
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* 10 Solitary Pursuits - Hermit wanted
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* 28 La Phantasma - Terror by night in a South Texas town
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* 36 Ancient Assassins? - Alexander: murderer, victim or both?
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* 40 The Taking of Doctor Moore... And His Return - Levitation and fairy abduction in 17th century Ireland
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==Features==
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30 Tam&acirc;m Shud: The Mystery of Australia's Unknown Man (cover story)<br />On 1 December 1948, a man's body was found on the beach of an Adelaide suburb. Who he was and how he died have remained a mystery for nearly 70 years, despite a trail of bizarre and tantalising clues. '''[[Roy Bainton]]''' re-opens Australia's weirdest cold case file.
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36 Ancient Assassins?<br />'''[[Barry Baldwin]]''' sifts through the evidence at a pair of classical crime scenes in an attempt to figure out who done what to whom in a saga of political conspiracy and family plots that makes ''Game of Thrones'' look like ''The Waltons''...
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40 The Taking of Dr Moore... and His Return<br />As he embarks upon a comprehensive survey of historical claims for levitation and other forms of supernatural transportation, '''[[Bob Rickard]]''' will be posting occasional bullitens on some intersting cases, such as this fascinating fairy abduction from 17th century Ireland.
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==Reports==
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28 Blasts from the Past - No 67. La Phantasma '''[[Theo Paijmans]]'''
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48 Strange Statesmen - No 18. Meet the man of tomorrow '''[[SD Tucker]]'''
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52 Building a Fortean Library - No 19. In bed with an old hag '''[[The Hierophant's Apprentice]]'''
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76 Tales from the Illustrated Police News - No 55. The Lincolnshire Yeomanry Outrage '''[[Jan Bondeson]]'''
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==Forum==
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55 Endangered portals of mystery by '''[[Phil Baker]]'''
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56 The Chascom&uacute;s teleportation hoax by '''[[Dr Roberto E Banches]]''' and '''[[Richard Heiden]]'''
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==Strange Days==
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Squirrels wreak havoc, Trump simulacra, Hadron fried stone marten, puzzle of Planet Nine, asparagus prophetess, Tarzan of Oz, dinosaur brain, vegetable aphrodisiacs, fairy rescue gone wrong, table turning returns - and much more.
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* 05 The Conspirasphere
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* 12 Arch&aelig;ology
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* 13 Classical Corner
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* 14 Science
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* 16 Ghostwatch
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* 21 Mythconceptions
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* 25 Fairies and Folklore
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* 26 The UFO Files
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==Regulars==
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* 02 Editorial
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* 59 Reviews
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* 71 Letters
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* 78 Reader Info
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* 79 Phenomenomix
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* 80 Strange Deaths
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Fortean Times #351 (Mar 2017)

FT351.jpg

Contents

  • 6 Beware Squirrels! - Rodents on a rampage
  • 10 Solitary Pursuits - Hermit wanted
  • 28 La Phantasma - Terror by night in a South Texas town
  • 36 Ancient Assassins? - Alexander: murderer, victim or both?
  • 40 The Taking of Doctor Moore... And His Return - Levitation and fairy abduction in 17th century Ireland

Features

30 Tamâm Shud: The Mystery of Australia's Unknown Man (cover story)
On 1 December 1948, a man's body was found on the beach of an Adelaide suburb. Who he was and how he died have remained a mystery for nearly 70 years, despite a trail of bizarre and tantalising clues. Roy Bainton re-opens Australia's weirdest cold case file.

36 Ancient Assassins?
Barry Baldwin sifts through the evidence at a pair of classical crime scenes in an attempt to figure out who done what to whom in a saga of political conspiracy and family plots that makes Game of Thrones look like The Waltons...

40 The Taking of Dr Moore... and His Return
As he embarks upon a comprehensive survey of historical claims for levitation and other forms of supernatural transportation, Bob Rickard will be posting occasional bullitens on some intersting cases, such as this fascinating fairy abduction from 17th century Ireland.

Reports

28 Blasts from the Past - No 67. La Phantasma Theo Paijmans

48 Strange Statesmen - No 18. Meet the man of tomorrow SD Tucker

52 Building a Fortean Library - No 19. In bed with an old hag The Hierophant's Apprentice

76 Tales from the Illustrated Police News - No 55. The Lincolnshire Yeomanry Outrage Jan Bondeson

Forum

55 Endangered portals of mystery by Phil Baker

56 The Chascomús teleportation hoax by Dr Roberto E Banches and Richard Heiden

Strange Days

Squirrels wreak havoc, Trump simulacra, Hadron fried stone marten, puzzle of Planet Nine, asparagus prophetess, Tarzan of Oz, dinosaur brain, vegetable aphrodisiacs, fairy rescue gone wrong, table turning returns - and much more.

  • 05 The Conspirasphere
  • 12 Archæology
  • 13 Classical Corner
  • 14 Science
  • 16 Ghostwatch
  • 21 Mythconceptions
  • 25 Fairies and Folklore
  • 26 The UFO Files

Regulars

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



Previous Issue -- Next Issue