Here’s a sampling of the content in the latest release:
- Greg Taylor looks back on the mythical context of the ‘American Stonehenge’, the Georgia Guidestones.
- Robert Bauval surveys the sacred landscape of Ancient Egypt.
- Blair MacKenzie Blake suggests a shocking new theory on the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau.
- Richard Freeman goes in search of Japanese monsters.
- Nick Redfern reveals the government files investigating animal E.S.P.
- Filip Coppens takes you on a tour of that most ancient of sites, Göbekli Tepe.
- Neil Arnold traces the Chupacabras bloodline in ‘The Goatsucker Family Tree’.
- The Emperor digs deep into the history of the Flying Saucerers.
- Robert Schoch wonders whether psi was used to incite a revolution in Romania.
- Much more besides, with contributions from Mike Tymn, Nigel Watson, Greg McQueen, John Higgs, Theo Paijmans and John Reppion.
Sample articles from Volume 4 will be available from the Darklore website later in the week. Enjoy!!