I’m happy to announce that the tenth instalment of our Darklore anthology series covering hidden history, fringe science, the occult and general Forteana is now available for sale! You can pick up your copy from any number of online retailers through a simple search. But for simplicity’s sake, here are the links to Amazon for both the paperback, and the limited edition hardcover:
(Note: for some reason Amazon is sometimes defaulting the hardcover retail price to a third party seller with an inflated price – if you’re seeing this, be sure to click on the “New from $39.95” beneath it and pick Amazon as the seller.)
In the latest release: Robert Schoch celebrates the life and research of his good friend John Anthony West; Eric Wargo writes about alchemy and out-of-body experiences; John Reppion explores the occult side of modern music; Blair MacKenzie Blake introduces readers to Fortean trickster Gray Barker; Maria J Pérez Cuervo investigates the true history of the Pied Piper of Hamelin; Ray Grasse gives his first-hand account of the discovery of ‘The Lost Tomb of Osiris’; Kelvin Long prompts us to think about how we could transmit a message to the survivors of a future apocalypse; Mike Jay looks back on one of the first recorded accounts of ‘mind control’; Greg Taylor asks whether meteorites were the first gods of humanity; Neil Rushton delves into faery metaphysics; and Jeff Nisbet offers a solution to the mystery of the carved stone balls of Scotland.
Thanks for all your support of the Darklore series – it helps to fund this website, and also provides financial support for contributors so that they can continue researching and writing about these wonderful, strange topics.
I’m sure all readers will enjoy this latest instalment in the series. For those of you who remain unconvinced, I’ll publish some sample articles at the Darklore website (and here at TDG as well) in the coming week.