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==Fortean Times #374 (Chr 2018)==
 
==Fortean Times #374 (Chr 2018)==
 
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* Release date: 6 Dec 2018
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* Cover price: £4.50
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* Cover: Art Directors & Trip/Alamy Stock Photo
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* All header icons throughout the magazine by [[Capucine Deslouis]]
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===Contents===
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* 4 Dave Vanian's vampire panic
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* 16 Amy Winehouse's avian spirit
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* 32 Grim fairytales: the dark side of the gingerbread house
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* 40 The mythology and magic of mistletoe
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==Features==
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32 Gingerbread Houses (cover story)<br />THe gingerbread house is a familiar part of Christmas around the world; but as '''[[Therese Taylor]]''' reminds us, this seasonal sweetmeat has a history that embraces pagan and Christian traditions and the darker side of folklore and fairy tales.
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40 The Magic of Mistletoe<br />Mistletoe has long enjoyed a magical reputation connected with everything from ancient myths and Druidic rites to stolen Christmas kisses. '''[[Steve Marshall]]''' celebrates a remarkable plant.
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48 The Myth of Queen Mary's Tree<br />Is there any truth to the legend that Mary Queen of Scots planted a much-visited tree near Edinburgh? And what about all the others? '''[[Jan Bondeson]]''' investigates an arboreal mystery.
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==Reports==
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30 Blasts from the Past - The Headless Horrors of Sandling Road '''[[Theo Paijmans]]'''
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56 Building a Fortean Library - You don't have to be a saint '''[[The Hierophant's Apprentice]]'''
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76 Fortean Traveller - Chester's Winter Watch '''[[Rob Gandy]]'''
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==Forum==
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53 Something nasty in the water by '''[[Kate Firks]]'''
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54 Charles Fort down under by '''[[Ian James Kidd]]'''
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==Strange Days==
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A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Welsh water spirit, haunted trees, fairy rings, ABC update, and the nocebo effect...
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* 14 Arch&aelig;ology
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* 15 Classical Corner
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* 16 Ghostwatch
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* 23 Alien Zoo
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* 25 Mythconceptions
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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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* 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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Latest revision as of 23:51, 20 September 2020

Previous Issue -- Next Issue

Fortean Times #374 (Chr 2018)

FT374.jpg

Contents

  • 4 Dave Vanian's vampire panic
  • 16 Amy Winehouse's avian spirit
  • 32 Grim fairytales: the dark side of the gingerbread house
  • 40 The mythology and magic of mistletoe

Features

32 Gingerbread Houses (cover story)
THe gingerbread house is a familiar part of Christmas around the world; but as Therese Taylor reminds us, this seasonal sweetmeat has a history that embraces pagan and Christian traditions and the darker side of folklore and fairy tales.

40 The Magic of Mistletoe
Mistletoe has long enjoyed a magical reputation connected with everything from ancient myths and Druidic rites to stolen Christmas kisses. Steve Marshall celebrates a remarkable plant.

48 The Myth of Queen Mary's Tree
Is there any truth to the legend that Mary Queen of Scots planted a much-visited tree near Edinburgh? And what about all the others? Jan Bondeson investigates an arboreal mystery.

Reports

30 Blasts from the Past - The Headless Horrors of Sandling Road Theo Paijmans

56 Building a Fortean Library - You don't have to be a saint The Hierophant's Apprentice

76 Fortean Traveller - Chester's Winter Watch Rob Gandy

Forum

53 Something nasty in the water by Kate Firks

54 Charles Fort down under by Ian James Kidd

Strange Days

A digest of the worldwide weird, including: Welsh water spirit, haunted trees, fairy rings, ABC update, and the nocebo effect...

  • 14 Archæology
  • 15 Classical Corner
  • 16 Ghostwatch
  • 23 Alien Zoo
  • 25 Mythconceptions
  • 28 The UFO Files

Regulars

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



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