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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...

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Current Issue 66 October 2014

In this issue: Steve Mera, Jackie Heighway and Rod Howarth review the 6th Annual British Exopolitics Expo in Leeds constructed by Anthony Bewckett and his family, TSPF Team provide details of the biggest event in the UK, Pat Bussard reveals some interesting details about a haunted family, Joseph Burkes asks what it will take to convince people UFOs are important, Timothy Green Beckley delves into UFO encounters and the Jinn, Dan Green looks at the attemptes to Remote View for the Grail and Sean Casteel looks at the work of Tim R. Swartz. All this as well as the latest paranormal news from around the world, events and conferences, book & DVD reviews and much more...

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Phenomena Magazine Managing Editor: Steve Mera
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Phenomena Magazine Reporter / Photographer: Rod Howarth
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