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UK Strangeness


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In the latest issue of Fortean Times(1), Lionel & Patricia Fanthorpe write about how certain eastern counties in the U.K. seem to have more than their share of paranormal activity. For instance, in Suffolk, "Green Children" have appeared in a field, a "Merman" stayed with villagers and phantom organ music was heard coming from a church. In Norfolk, there is said to be a "time-slip" where people seemingly find themselves transported back to Roman times.

1. http://www.forteantimes.com/mag_info/this_issue.shtml

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