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Phenomena Magazine was first constructed in May 2009. All issues of our magazine are available to download as a PDF file. Simply click on the issue to download... Please note: This site does have a download limit. If it reaches its capacity try again later or click the Direct Download button to be taken to our mirror website. You will require Adobe Acrobat / Reader to view our PDF versions of Phenomena Magazine'. If you do not have this, please click on the Adobe link below and download the reader for free.

Each month our team attempt to bring you the latest paranormal news from around the world, interesting articles by numerous investigators and researchers in the field as well as book reviews, details on events and much more. If you would like to join our team of dedicated individuals, please drop us a line...



Current Issue 68 December 2014

In this issue: Revd Wendy Brindley reveals his own paranormal experience at the haunted Hampton Court Palace, Brian Allan looks into the subject of posession, Paul Dale Roberts investigates a poltergeist infestation, Diane Tessman looks into the phenomena of PSI and communication with UFO occupants, Alan Whitmore from SIGHT checks out the Alton Mineral Springs Hotel, Nancy Talbot reveals some amazing discoveries whilst visiting a crop formation, John Prytz ponders over ET contact and the possibility of that first contact being with some form of artificial intelligence and Jason V. Francis brings you his second part of his fascinating interview with Gerard Aartsen.
All this as well as the latest paranormal news from around the world, events and conferences, community notice board, book & DVD reviews and much more...

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