Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mason Lang on film

Two interesting posts on the relationship between movies and religion recently leads me to remind folks of the splendid character Mason Lang in The Invisibles. This quasi-Bruce-Wayne figure, partly as a result of an early experience with non-ordinary reality (which … Continue reading

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Playing catchup

Been a while since I actually posted anything original or updated on what I’m up to. Life getting in the way of blogging… The latest Guttershaman has – finally! – reached the ‘sit down and write me’ stage, after much … Continue reading

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In Memoriam – John A Keel

When I was a boy, I read an awful lot of shite books about Fortean matters. I ploughed through Erich von Daniken, dodgy tomes about the Bermuda Triangle and witchcraft and Earth mysteries. Like Stephen King described the process of … Continue reading

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