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#2
Just got mine as well, looking forward to reading the Rendlesham revelations
 

GNC

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#9
Liked the high strangeness in the Trickster article, some fascinating tales, but it fell down a bit when it got into the speculation. Comes with the territory, of course.

The round the world walkers reminded me of the postman in 80s sitcom Lame Ducks.
 

Acheron101

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#10
And there's no Classical Corner this month either. I know it's a 'marmite' feature but over the years Barry's column has gone from one I'd happily skip, to one I always read first (or a close second to Strange Deaths).

The article on lie detectors (p.24-5) seems to be suffering random bold fontage.
 

titch

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#13
We have nothing to offer but blood, sweat, tears and toil. Motto of the cromer tourist board.
 

GNC

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#16
Ghostwatch missed a major Moon-based horror novel: The Hungry Moon by Ramsey Campbell, where the Moon gets bigger and bigger in the sky as a sign that Elder Gods are taking over a village.
 

FrKadash

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#17
Brilliant issue, I really enjoyed reading Brett Taylor's Forum article, Yukio Mishima's UFOs, and Peter McCue's article, The Cosmic Joker. Instantly added to my list of best issues.
 

SozzlyJoe

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#18
I very much appreciated the readers letter that went into more detail about how the Spirit Photography was actually done (something I felt had been entirely missing from the otherwise interesting article). Of course, like all magic tricks it seems very unimpressive when you know the secret!
 
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