Smoke & Mirrors and Steven Seagal on Amazon.com ($3.99)
Smoke & Mirrors and Steven Seagal on Amazon UK (£2.99)
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~ by Stuart on October 14, 2013.
Posted in forteana Tags: bbc, craig charles, ghostwatch, halloween, hoaxes, maurice grosse, michael parkinson, noel edmonds, paranormal activity, sarah greene, the enfield poltergeist, war of the world
I did a dirty, filthy big LOL at “alright, Pipes mate?” Good job, fella.
Alan said this on October 15, 2013 at 4:47 pm | Reply
Cheers, old friend.
Stuart said this on October 15, 2013 at 4:52 pm | Reply
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A brilliant piece about Ghostwatch. Top top stuff.
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[…] In a previous piece on here, I spoke about the term ‘Hauntology’ — think, the innate creepiness in the visuals of the past; brown wallpaper and public information films of 1970′s Britain — and A Field in England has one of the most overpowering senses of hauntology in many a year. There’s something inherently unsettling about that Civil War era, of Matthew Hopkins putting innocent women to the stake, and crop failure ascribed to the meddling hand of the Devil himself. In a time period where modern religion has yet to sweep away Pagan earth-worship with superstitions of its own, it’s a distinctly British mysticism tackled by Field, of ancient nature and countryside, and hallucinogens that grow underfoot, where Pan stalks between stone circles, prancing his cloven feet down ley lines. […]
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