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Volume 17 Number 1, Spring 2004

Volume 17 Number 1, Spring 2004Buy NowFeatures


Death and the Microtubules

Susan Blackmore shows that even experienced interviewees can be hoodwinked

The Mosaic of Memory
Chris French considers the nature of memory

From Medicine To Miracle
Peter May questions the remarkable healing of Dr Mary Self

Read more: Volume 17 Number 1, Spring 2004

Volume 17 Number 2-3, Summer and Autumn 2004

Volume 17 Number 2-3, Summer and Autumn 2004Buy nowFeatures


The Truth about Rendlesham

James Easton presents the first of a series of articles on Britain’s most notorious UFO case

Britain's Roswell?
Would the release of official documents relating to the Rendlesham Forest incident reveal that a UFO really landed?
Dr David Clarke investigates.

The Rendlesham Incident: Some lessons for UFOlogy
Jenny Randles describes her own long involvement with the case and considers its implications for UFOlogy in general

Forgive Us Our Trespasses
Peter Brookesmith considers the diplomatic aspects of the Rendlesham ‘cover-up’

Reflections on a Rendlesham Skywatch
Andy Marriott offers us his whimsical recollections of a beautiful night spent in Rendlesham Forest in August 2003 on a UFO-watch

Read more: Volume 17 Number 2-3, Summer and Autumn 2004

Volume 17 Number 4, Winter 2004

Volume 17 Number 4, Winter 2004

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Psychoanalysing God: Freud on Religion

Ian Fairholm discusses Freud, neuroticism and religion

Motivated Distortion of Personal Memory for Trauma

At the Remembering Trauma Conference held in London in September 2003, Mark Pendergrast described how people can develop false memories for terrible events

How (not) to talk to aliens
Mark Newbrook ponders the complexities of extraterrestrial languages

Scepticism and the Kennedy Assassination
Jeremy Bojczuk disposes of some of the more ludicrous theories surrounding President Kennedy’s assassination

Read more: Volume 17 Number 4, Winter 2004

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