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Archive of Nick Redfern


    Paranormal Possession and UFOs

    When it comes to the matter of who, or what, the dreaded Men in Black may be, the list of possibilities is just about as long as it is controversial. Indeed, the widely (and wildly!) varying theories include aliens, government agents, time-travelers, and dimension-hoppers. There is, however, another theory,…


    The Wild Kids of Woolpit

    Woolpit is an ancient English village situated between the Suffolk towns of Bury St. Edmunds and Stowmarket. And it’s a village with a very strange story attached to it. So the tale goes, back in the 12th Century, a young girl and boy, of strangely green-hued skin, appeared in…


    Seeking the Thylacine

    From Australia’s Courier Mail newspaper… “An international team of naturalists from the Centre for Fortean Zoology has arrived in Tasmania for the first in a series of well-resourced and professional expeditions into Tasmania’s wilderness to hunt for evidence of the Tasmanian tiger. Although the animal was officially declared…


    The Horror of the Horseman

    As it’s right around Halloween, I thought I would share with you one of my favorite, spooky stories of all time, one which tells of a strange and creepy incident that occurred in southern England on a cold winter’s night back in 1924. But, first, and before we get to…


    Beware of the UFO Zombies

    Make mention of the words “alien abduction” and most people will have at least some degree of understanding of the term. Since the early 1960s, countless individuals – all across the world – have made astonishing claims to the effect that they have been kidnapped, and experimented…


    A Man-Monster on the Loose

    Between the nights of December 26 and 29, 1980, multiple, extraordinary events of the UFO kind occurred within Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, England. They were events that involved military personnel from the nearby Royal Air Force stations of Bentwaters and Woodbridge. Since that now long gone period, countless U.S. Air…


    Lizard Man – In Print!

    In 2012, Anomalist Books published what I personally consider to have been the finest cryptozoological title of that year: Lyle Blackburn’s The Beast of Boggy Creek. It quite rightly received excellent reviews and justifiably thrust both Lyle and the Fouke Monster, itself, firmly into the limelight. Sometimes,…


    The Colonized: UFOs & Zombies

    In a world in which all things of a zombie nature are becoming ever more dominating, the biggest of all challenges facing film-makers, Hollywood studios, script-writers and authors is not so much just to come up with ideas, but to create and weave storylines that are actually…


    Exposing the Cattle Mutilators

    This past weekend, I spoke at the Minneapolis-based Paradigm Symposium, on the subject of my new book, For Nobody’s Eyes Only. Also lecturing were Micah Hanks (on his latest title, The Ghost Rockets), David Weatherly (on his forthcoming book on the phenomenon of Tulpas – which, David was…


    Spanish Flu and Zombies

    There’s absolutely no doubt that today, across the entire planet, whole swathes of the population have become obsessed with – and fascinated by – all-things of a zombie nature. And there’s no doubt that much of that same obsession and fascination has resulted from the phenomenal success of The Walking…


    Soviets, Saucers and Secret Studies

    As incredible as it may sound, in 1967 – which, bear in mind, was still the height of the Cold War – British authorities made a secret approach to the highest echelons of the former Soviet Union’s military. It was an approach that revolved around nothing less than Unidentified…


    The Perils of a Pet Cemetery

    In 1983, Stephen King’s acclaimed novel, Pet Sematary, was published. As the title suggests, it told of dark and malevolent activity in a Maine, USA pet-cemetery. Six years later, in 1989, the book was turned into a movie, for which punk rock gods, the mighty Ramones, provided the theme-tune. Of course,…