‘Merrily Ticking Away…’

1922, and Michael Taylor, a British pilot testing the new Mitsubishi 1MF fighter aircraft, crashes his aeroplane into the Pacific Ocean. Upon rescue, he reports that the accident was caused by a group of small grey creatures, each no larger than a cat, that followed him aboard his craft and set about wreaking havoc with... 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 →

‘Not Yet, Not Yet’

If precognition is an individual experiencing a forewarning of things yet to pass, what of those times when the warning seems to come from an outside agency? Many people believe in the idea that there is some greater force watching over us, a force that is capable of intervening with our lives. Indeed, unscrupulous individuals posing... Continue Reading →

‘Stuff to Scare the New Guys With’

There is much debate in scientific and theological circles regarding the exact point in time that a collection of cells can be considered living, as well the exact point that the same collection of cells can be considered dead. The moment of death has historically been a fluid concept. Indeed, there are many examples of... Continue Reading →

Unexplained Impressions in the Snowfall

February the 8th, 1855. As the sun sets and day turns into night, a heavy snowfall lands on the neighbourhood of Exeter. The winter has been far colder than usual, and the snow that evening settles on that of the night before, and the night before that, refusing to melt. Before sunrise, the local residents... Continue Reading →

‘Spooky Action at a Distance’

Precognition is a curious thing, defined as a forewarning, or even a memory, of events that have not yet come to pass. There are many examples dotted through history of individuals somehow briefly opening a window through time and peering into the future. In April 1912, one Anne Ward, a maid for the wealthy Cardeza... Continue Reading →

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