Monthly Archives: August 2010

Palm Readers

I was wandering through Walsall the other day (don’t ask) when I noticed that in the middle of the weekend market there was a booth for Palm Reading. The sign promised a shockingly accurate telling of past, present and future … Continue reading

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A (Ghost) Walk to Remember

My flatmate and I braved the torrential downpour on Wednesday evening to go on a spooky walk through the streets of (haunted) Covent Garden.  Having not been prepared for the weather, I grabbed a thick black hoodie and umbrella before … Continue reading

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Ghost Stories

On Tuesday I went to see the London hit play Ghost Stories. It was a thoroughly fun show to watch; very engaging albeit not super original. The audience was really into the whole thing. It got me thinking about how … Continue reading

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DOWN TO EARTH: Mediumship for Sceptics – A Review

“Death is not the end of everything,” says leading medium Sue Brotherton.  “We don’t just shuffle off and disappear.” Proving just that has been her job for over thirty years.  But even she admits “mediums are generally seen as away … Continue reading

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Books, glorious books.

Yesterday at lunch I decided to really start this project off in the least terrifying manner that I could:  I went to the book store.  Not just any bookstore (yes, you guessed it!): an occult book store.  In fact, I … Continue reading

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Adventures in the Occult: An Introduction

Hello there, busy bees, wandering eyes and wizards in the making! Welcome to my blog.  This blog is an unusual one in the sense that you won’t be reading about my (fairly bland) regular life but rather following me on … Continue reading

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