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==Fortean Times #355 (Jul 2017)==
 
==Fortean Times #355 (Jul 2017)==
 
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* Release date: 22 Jun 2017
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* Cover price: £4.50
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* Cover Image: [[Alexander Tomlinson]]
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* Kenneth Arnold: Mary Evans Picture Library/Alamy Stock Photos
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* All header icons throughout the magazine by [[Capucine Deslouis]]
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===Contents===
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* 6 Holy bones head east: St Nicholas's relics in Russia
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* 8 India's opium-raiding parrots
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* 32 Conspiracy Central: The life and lies of Fred Lee Crisman
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* 40 Pulp SF and forteana
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==Features==
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32 Conspiracy Central (cover story)<br />Flying saucers, the Hollow Earth, the assassination of JFK and Watergate: one man connects them all. '''[[Brian J Robb]]''' explores the bizarre world of 'conspiracy nexus point' Fred Lee Crisman.
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40 Astounding Science, Amazing Theories!<br />Ray Palmer and John W Campbell had very different approaches to publishing science fiction, but both were drawn to forteana and fringe science, as '''[[Andrew May]]''' explains.
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46 Was It A Bird? Was It A Plane?<br />Seventy years after pilot Kenneth Arnold's seminal June 1947 saucer sighting, '''[[Nigel Watson]]''' asks whether a top secret test flight might have been responsible for the birth of the UFO age.
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==Reports==
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30 Blasts from the Past - The Vanishing of Gertrude Strassburger '''[[Theo Paijmans]]'''
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50 Building a Fortean Library - Bare-Faced Messiah '''[[The Hierophant's Apprentice]]'''
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==Forum==
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55 The siren song of the sea serpent by '''[[Theo Paijmans]]'''
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56 Death and the borders of experience by '''[[Jenny Randles]]'''
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==Strange Days==
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A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Fatima children canonised, Britain's unluckiest men, cowpat combat and more...
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* 05 The Conspirasphere
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* 14 Science
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* 16 Arch&aelig;ology
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* 17 Classical Corner
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* 18 Ghostwatch
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* 23 Mythconceptions
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* 25 Alien Zoo
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* 28 The UFO Files
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==Regulars==
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* 02 Editorial
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* 59 Reviews
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* 73 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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Latest revision as of 20:24, 22 September 2020

Previous Issue -- Next Issue

Fortean Times #355 (Jul 2017)

FT355.jpg

Contents

  • 6 Holy bones head east: St Nicholas's relics in Russia
  • 8 India's opium-raiding parrots
  • 32 Conspiracy Central: The life and lies of Fred Lee Crisman
  • 40 Pulp SF and forteana

Features

32 Conspiracy Central (cover story)
Flying saucers, the Hollow Earth, the assassination of JFK and Watergate: one man connects them all. Brian J Robb explores the bizarre world of 'conspiracy nexus point' Fred Lee Crisman.

40 Astounding Science, Amazing Theories!
Ray Palmer and John W Campbell had very different approaches to publishing science fiction, but both were drawn to forteana and fringe science, as Andrew May explains.

46 Was It A Bird? Was It A Plane?
Seventy years after pilot Kenneth Arnold's seminal June 1947 saucer sighting, Nigel Watson asks whether a top secret test flight might have been responsible for the birth of the UFO age.

Reports

30 Blasts from the Past - The Vanishing of Gertrude Strassburger Theo Paijmans

50 Building a Fortean Library - Bare-Faced Messiah The Hierophant's Apprentice

Forum

55 The siren song of the sea serpent by Theo Paijmans

56 Death and the borders of experience by Jenny Randles

Strange Days

A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Fatima children canonised, Britain's unluckiest men, cowpat combat and more...

  • 05 The Conspirasphere
  • 14 Science
  • 16 Archæology
  • 17 Classical Corner
  • 18 Ghostwatch
  • 23 Mythconceptions
  • 25 Alien Zoo
  • 28 The UFO Files

Regulars

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



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