The Peculiar Fate of Professor Harper

After my graduation in 1989 I was introduced to one Professor Joanne Harper. Professor Harper was one of the leading lights in the field of psychical research at the time; a pioneer, if you will. It was her diligent research that led to the exposure of the controversial medium Madame Brass, and her work on... Continue Reading →

A Tall Man on the Mountainside

The following letter was tucked away in the back of the good doctor's journal, alongside an old Polaroid photo and a postcard of the Berber flag. The letter is written in this odd kind of cursive that seems to lean backwards, and is entirely different from Doctor Gotobed's somewhat cramped scrawl - C.R.  Atlas Guest... 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 →

‘The Cannonball’

This is another one from Dr Gotobed's journal, however there is not a lot of corroborating evidence for this particular entry. I will detail what little I could find at the bottom of this post - C.R.  11th April 1974 Jason Ladejo is a troubled child, his mother a hazy memory and his father an... Continue Reading →

An Encounter on the Midland Mainline

Tucked away in the case I found a journal, which appears to have more reports in it, although these are written up in a different style from the rest of the files. At first I thought Dr Gotobed was just jotting down fiction based on his experiences, but the fact they are accompanied by what... Continue Reading →

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