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Fortean Times #364 (Mar 2018)

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Contents

  • 4 Dowsing controversy
  • 15 Amazing light pillars
  • 18 Ghostly legions: the Ancient Roman spooks of Cheshire
  • 22 Walk on the wild side: young boar joins herd of cattle

Features

34 Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? (cover story)
In 1943, four teenage boys found the skeleton of an unknown woman in a tree in the West Midlands. As Cathi Unsworth explains, this was just the start of a wartime murder mystery involving puzzling graffiti messages, black magic and Nazi spies.

42 The Return of the Silpho Moor Saucer
It has been called the UK's first undisputed 'crashed' flying saucer, but for 60 years the truth about a strange object found on the North York Moors has remained shrouded in mystery - until Dr David Clarke found the remains of the Silpho Saucer...

48 The Dürer Stain
In 1503, northern Germany witnessed a series of aerial portents, including blood rains and the appearance of cruciform shapes on the bodies of witnesses. Jeffrey Vallance recounts how one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance was on hand to record these wonders.

Reports

32 Blasts from the Past - Terror down below Theo Paijmans

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

Forum

53 "There's a Ghost in My House" by Dean Ballinger

54 Sacred geometry of the VW Polo by Ryan Shirlow

Strange Days

A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Koala stowaways, Jerusalem Syndrome, hairy portrait, water magic and more...

  • 14 Science
  • 16 Archæology
  • 18 Ghostwatch
  • 24 Alien Zoo
  • 27 Mythconceptions
  • 30 The UFO Files

Regulars

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



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