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Archive of Nick Redfern


    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,…


    UFOs: Then and Now

    Well, it’s very clear that after reading my most recent article – Where are the UFOs? – many people took what I actually wrote totally out of context. That is abundantly obvious from the dozens of comments that now follow the article. Despite what some incorrectly said, I did…


    MIB: Alive And Kicking

    This past weekend, I lectured at the Philadelphia-based conference of the Pennsylvania chapter of MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network. It was an excellent gig, thanks to organizer John Ventre and the team. The presenters included MUFON member Fred Saluga, who spoke about the UFO-Cryptozoology connection, and Bill Weber, who detailed a…


    Where are the UFOs?

    If there is one thing that can be said, for sure, about the UFO issue  in the second decade of the 21st Century, it’s that the subject is not what it once was. No, I’m not talking about the people in the field. As they have always done, they…


    From Wendigo to Zombie

    There can surely be very few people who are not aware of how, in recent years, all things of a zombie-themed nature have infected whole swathes of the populace – and on a planet-wide basis, no less. Indeed, the worldwide craze for the undead is practically spreading faster than a real zombie…


    A Creature of the Mind

    Alexandra David-Neel was born Louise Eugenie Alexandrine Marie David in France in October 1868, and was the first woman to gain the title of a Tibetan lama. A committed Buddhist who lived to the highly impressive age of one hundred years, she was a noted traveler, and…


    Beyond Area 51: Reviewed

    One of the biggest puzzles concerning secret military-, government- and intelligence-based facilities is this: Why do so many of these classified installations seemingly attract far more than their fair share of UFOs? There are, I believe, several possibilities. The first is that if the stories of crashed UFOs…