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Latest issue.

World class exorcist who got rid of the Bermuda Triangle and Nessie

Picknett and Prince on the legacy of Henry Lincoln, coincidentally a themed day in August at the Atlantis Bookshop in London

Britain's historic ghosts

Stu is back with his Fortean TV
 
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Minor synchronicity. Crossword clue in the Mail on Sunday: which Beat poet wrote "Howl"?
An hour later. Herself delivers the latest FT to my bedside. Page 38....
 
In the letters, there's a postcard where an owl is shown looking into a grave.
To me it looks like two separate owls?
 
Haven't finished it yet but a great update article from David Clarke on Calvine and love the Roman road time-slip/ghostly marching feet IHTM.
 
In the letters, there's a postcard where an owl is shown looking into a grave.
To me it looks like two separate owls?
Hope this is okay @mods?






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Such a curious image and definite Cornish Owlman overtones, but I only see one owl and something flying above the church tower, but not a match for the St Mawnam Church
 

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Ah, @XEPER_ I can see it now:

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But I see a dove-like bird side-on to the owl in what also looks like shadow
 
It came out days ago but it’s still not on Libby. Does anyone know if they’ve parted way or there’s an issue? I did hear someone was having trouble with their e-magazine.
 
Hope this is okay @mods?






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Source: FT 447

Such a curious image and definite Cornish Owlman overtones, but I only see one owl and something flying above the church tower, but not a match for the St Mawnam Church
Ok it looks like one owl there. The printing in the magazine must not be as clear
 
Is the owl meant to be on a branch overhanging the grave and thus normal sized but close to us?
 
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