Canada, the Somme, and Gettysburg Fortean tales from Canada, the Somme, and Gettysburg, all celebrated on July 1. Choose your own Fortean adventure!
The Worst Soldier in the British Army Tommy Brown, the worst soldier in the British Army, saves his comrades in an extraordinary and coincidental way.
Cheiro and Mata Hari Society Palmist Cheiro tells of his encounters with dancer and alleged spy, Mata Hari.
Two Skulls at Thiepval British war artist William Orpen and a French painter have strange encounters with unburied skulls at the Somme.
Dr. Sinclair and the Fourth Dimension A respectable physician terrifies himself with his esoteric studies –and receives some visitors from the Fourth Dimension with a plan to end the First World War.
The Bloody Bed. Two examples of ghostly soldiers alerting their families to their deaths–one from World War I; the other from the Civil War.
War correspondent Paul Scott Mowrer reports on the gruesome war toys indoctrinating the youth of Germany during the Great War.
Weird tales from the trenches of the Great War: Spectral bloodhounds, a ghostly old soldier, a reconstituted corpse.
Were images of the Virgin Mary beamed into the sky by airborne stereopticon to try to save a besieged city? And would these images explain the Angel of Mons and other Great War visions?
A mysterious map of the battlegrounds of Europe appears on a sooty ceiling in a Texas house in 1919. The face of a man and a coiled serpent also materialized. What did it all mean?