Monthly Archives: May 2015

Captain Robert Fore and North Sentinel Island

A few nights ago, I was delighted to talk once more with my friend Captain Robert Fore, the brave man who rescued the entire crew of The Primrose from certain death after their ship had run aground on a reef … Continue reading

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Farewell, Nigel Terry

I’ve been reading Arthurian lore and stories since I was a child in the 1960s, so there were countless occasions when I tried to conjure a mental image of this mysterious figure from the Dark Ages. It wasn’t until I … Continue reading

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Medium Rare

After stating my intention in a previous post to begin work on ‘Otherworld’, I’ve now managed to produce 500 words or so, working as always to the principle “Don’t get it right, get it written”. I’ve started writing a first … Continue reading

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The Devil Rides Out

At some point in the early to mid-1970s, I had what I regard as the great good fortune to read Dennis Wheatley’s superb black magic novel The Devil Rides Out and it was a “watcher of the skies” moment for … Continue reading

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The Missing Years of Jesus

Since the disaster with the servers that took Eternal Idol offline, I’ve temporarily lost access to much of the information and writing I’d accumulated over the course of a decade or so. It’s inevitable that I should have forgotten about … Continue reading

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