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The Unexplained - Mysteries of Mind, Space & Time vol 6 No. 66

£2.99

Product description

The Unexplained: Mysteries of Mind, Space, & Time was a popular partwork magazine published in the United Kingdom between 1980 and 1983 by Orbis Publishing. It ran to over 150 issues and dealt with the paranormal and mysteries such as UFOs, the Bermuda Triangle, ghosts, spontaneous human combustion, the Cottingley Fairies, ancient knowledge, sea monsters, the Yeti, weird coincidences, stone circles, contact with the dead, and notable historical characters linked to the occult. The magazine was published as a journal with page numbering continuing from one edition to the next. When the magazine ceased publication, a refund was offered if the consumer returned the covers.[1][2]
The magazine was edited by Peter Brookesmith, and consultants included Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Professor A. J. Ellison. The editorial director was Brian Innes, who had previously worked on Man, Myth & Magic.

This volume includes articles:-

The Aliens Strike Back
The Sum Of Human Knowledge
The Quest for The Holy Grail

.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
GB
Type:
Magazine

About this item

The Unexplained: Mysteries of Mind, Space, & Time was a popular partwork magazine published in the United Kingdom between 1980 and 1983 by Orbis Publishing. It ran to over 150 issues and dealt with the paranormal and mysteries such as UFOs, the Bermuda Triangle, ghosts, spontaneous human combustion, the Cottingley Fairies, ancient knowledge, sea monsters, the Yeti, weird coincidences, stone circles, contact with the dead, and notable historical characters linked to the occult. The magazine was published as a journal with page numbering continuing from one edition to the next. When the magazine ceased publication, a refund was offered if the consumer returned the covers.[1][2]
The magazine was edited by Peter Brookesmith, and consultants included Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Professor A. J. Ellison. The editorial director was Brian Innes, who had previously worked on Man, Myth & Magic.

This volume includes articles:-

The Aliens Strike Back
The Sum Of Human Knowledge
The Quest for The Holy Grail

.

Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
GB
Type:
Magazine

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