Bonsoir les lecteurs! I'm back from my long bank holiday weekend in Disneyland Paris, but due to a big rush of copywriting busyness on my return, I'm afraid a new mystery/conspiracy article will have to wait till next week. In the meantime, I come bearing news about my short story, The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller. The second… Continue reading My short story “The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller” has been re-published in Suspense Magazine
Category: Time Travel
Jesus didn’t rise from the dead — he went back to the future
Here’s a thought. Jesus of Nazareth wasn’t the son of God at all. He was a time traveller. His miraculous abilities were the product of technology and medicine brought back from the future. And his ‘resurrection’ was just him returning to the future. Go on. Prove me wrong. It’s Easter, the time of year that… Continue reading Jesus didn’t rise from the dead — he went back to the future
The Nampa figurine — more evidence that time travel is real?
In 1889, well-drillers discovered the Nampa figurine, a mysterious artefact that really puts a spanner in the works of modern evolutionary theory. But I have another idea. What if the figurine is proof that time is not as linear as we all thought, but a big ball of wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff? On August… Continue reading The Nampa figurine — more evidence that time travel is real?
Talking time travel, Charlie Chaplin and Donald Trump with filmmaker George Clarke
George Clarke is an award-winning film director, screenwriter, producer and founder of independent film company Yellow Fever Productions. Best known for his micro-budget zombie horror flicks, his sixth feature film, The Blood Harvest, won two awards at the 2015 Freak Show Horror Film Festival in Florida. But back in 2010, George shot to worldwide attention for an… Continue reading Talking time travel, Charlie Chaplin and Donald Trump with filmmaker George Clarke
Sneak peek of my story “Rachel Can See” now available to read!
Happy Halloween! You can now read a sneak peek of my new short story and honourable mention winner, Rachel Can See, the latest of the Million Eyes Short Stories, published in Metamorphose Volume 2. A Facebook user has already given the story a positive review: "Good story about a woman who is convinced she is not crazy."… Continue reading Sneak peek of my story “Rachel Can See” now available to read!
I’m going to be on Spaced Out Radio! October 25th Pacific Time, October 26th London Time
Howdy! Next week I'll be on Canadian online radio station, Spaced Out Radio, talking to host Dave Scott about UFOs, conspiracies, time travel and general weirdness. Eeeek! I'm nervous and excited but I'm sure it'll be great fun — for me and for listeners! The interview, I'm told, will last two hours and Dave wants my… Continue reading I’m going to be on Spaced Out Radio! October 25th Pacific Time, October 26th London Time
Time traveller spotted in Charlie Chaplin DVD extra
Whoops. A time traveller has made an epic boo-boo and got themselves caught on film in 1928. And now filmmaker George Clarke has exposed their clumsy arse to the world. I’ve mentioned this particular urban legend a few times recently. That’s because it inspired my short story, The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller, which was published… Continue reading Time traveller spotted in Charlie Chaplin DVD extra
Strange but true? The green children of Woolpit
The quaint little English village of Woolpit in Suffolk is home to a mysterious legend. In the 12th century, two nameless children showed up there out of the blue. They spoke an unknown language, ate only raw beans and their skin was green. Were they aliens? Demons? Time travellers? Sick children suffering from chlorosis? … Continue reading Strange but true? The green children of Woolpit
Time travel in Times Square? The strange case of Rudolph Fentz
When people go missing, does anyone ever think that they might’ve fallen through time? Of course not, because time travel’s impossible... isn’t it? In 1950, a man in Victorian-era clothes was spotted in Times Square, New York City. Witnesses who saw him said he looked startled and disoriented, like he didn’t know where he was.… Continue reading Time travel in Times Square? The strange case of Rudolph Fentz
Do the Nazca Lines prove that ancient humans could fly?
The Nazca Lines were discovered by a Peruvian archaeologist in 1927 and have bewildered the world ever since. Some say they reveal a shocking truth: humans were capable of manned flight 1,500 years ago... The Nazca Lines are geoglyphs—aka drawings on the ground—spread across 168 square miles of the Nazca Desert in Peru and consisting… Continue reading Do the Nazca Lines prove that ancient humans could fly?
The book that no one can read: the Voynich manuscript
Where’s Robert Langdon when you need him? And what would the star of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code make of the Voynich manuscript, the world’s most mysterious book? The Voynich manuscript is well known today as the book that no one can read, and the code that no one can crack. The manuscript comprises… Continue reading The book that no one can read: the Voynich manuscript
The hotel that slipped forwards in time – then back again
We’ve all stayed in a hotel that’s in desperate need of a refurb, lacking in modern conveniences, and basically stuck in the past. Though, next time you do, you might want to stop and ask yourself if the hotel has actually become unstuck from the past.... Time slips and involuntary time travel have been reported… Continue reading The hotel that slipped forwards in time – then back again