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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 77 - September 2015

In this issue: Dr. Barry Taff discusses Hazardous Hauntings, Malcolm Robinson provides a review of their Scottish UFO and Paranormal conference held in Edinburgh, John Ventre looks at Major Donald Keyhoe's last book 'Aliens from Space', Steve Mera provides a short review of the Warminster 2015 conference that celebrated 50 years of the 'Thing', Paul Dale Roberts checks out Holbrooke Hotel for paranormal activity, Paul Williams looks into the mystery surrounding Feral Children, Pat Bussard and Ken O'Keefe draw comparisons between the UFO phenomena and the Paranormal, Hannah Barrick checks out Ghostcircle and Peter Robbins reveals his latest incredible book. All this as well as the latest paranormal news from around the world, events and conferences, astronomical data, community notice boards, book & DVD reviews and much more...

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