‘Strange Effects’ out in the Desert

The submarine U-122 was a type IXB U-Boat of Nazi Germany’s Kriegsmarine, active during the early years of World War 2. She was launched on the 20th of December 1939 and commissioned roughly three months later under her first and only commander, one Korvettenkapitän Hans-Günther Looff. In June of 1940, she disappeared without trace. Her last... Continue Reading →

A Message from Persephone

Tucked away in the back of the good doctor’s journal was an envelope. The envelope contained a card, and inside that card was a handwritten message: My Dearest Thomas, 1,000 years ago, mankind knew the Earth was flat, 500 years ago, we knew that the Sun went round the Earth, 6 months ago, you knew... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Place Memory and Residual Hauntings

In 1890, the parapsychologist Edmund Gurney put forth an idea that he coined place memory. At its most basic level, place memory postulates that certain locations are capable of ‘recording’ emotions, sights, and sounds, particularly during times of extreme stress and trauma. If the conditions are right, these recordings can be played back, creating what can... Continue Reading →

The Lightning Bird and the Moonfire

The following is an extract from an interview I conducted on behalf of the Psychical Research and Investigation Society* with one Ms Edith Cohen, a Northamptonshire resident. The interview took place on the 20th of June 2000. ‘It was a few weeks ago. The 5th, I believe. I was walking my dog, Bobbins, in the... Continue Reading →

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