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Fortean Times #363 (Feb 2018)



  • 6 Primate playmates: the boy who made friends with monkeys
  • 16 Ghost sonatas: channelling new works by dead composers
  • 24 Priest versus poltergeist
  • 26 Hilary Mantel's aura


30 A Little History of Spirit Technology (cover story)
Is it possible to bring scientific innovations to bear on the intangible world of the spirit, or even to talk to the dead through emerging technologies? Chris Josiffe traces the history of Spiritualist kit designed to communicate with the Other Side.

38 From Los Alamos to Skinwalker Ranch
Retired US Army colonel John B Alexander has seen more than his fair share of anomalies. Here, he recalls his time with the National Institute for Discovery Science and looks back at one of its more baffling cases - the outbreak of high strangeness on a Utah ranch...

42 Criminally Bad
Jan Bondeson looks back at the short history of the Illustrated Police Budget, a British weekly paper whose sleazy and salacious approach to news reporting made the notorious Illustrated Police News look like a model of good journalistic practice.


52 Building a Fortean Library - The UFO Experience The Hierophant's Apprentice

74 Fortean Traveller - The Suffolk Mummified Cat Safari Matt Salusbury


49 Disgrace on Dartmoor by Paul Taylor

50 Bligh Bond: God's Archæologist? by Tim Flight

Strange Days

A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Amazing survivals, World's oldest animals, Virgin Mary visions, and much more...

  • 05 The Conspirasphere
  • 13 Science
  • 14 Archæology
  • 16 Ghostwatch
  • 23 Alien Zoo
  • 28 The UFO Files


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

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