Paranormal event in Lincolnshire:
‘Chasing the Wolves of Weird’
by Ellis Reed
Those who move in the same Twitter circles as us will probably know about The Occultaria of Albion, which is the work of author Richard Daniels and illustrator Melody Phelan-Clark. If not, this feature isn’t a bad place to start.
Billed as ‘a part work series for inquisitive minds’, the official website describes the project as follows:
‘Each edition of the Case File series explores a different location where hauntings, time-slips, cryptids, curses and all manner of supernatural events have occurred. It is a mystical collection of the mysterious, a broadcast from a forgotten frequency, another Albion. The OA is a world designed by torch and moonlight dedicated to revealing the truth about the paranormal.
In its various editions you will learn about such things as:
• The Lost Glove Society
•The Nihlex Corporation
• The Sinister Sisters Biker Gang
• And much more…’
On Friday 23 September, Daniels will perform a 1.5 hr show based on the Occultaria at Louth Town Hall in Lincolnshire. Chasing the Wolves of Weird promises to be a ‘an enlightening and terrifying journey into an alternate realm filled with strange conspiracies, cryptids, ghosts, UFOs and cheese sandwiches’, all for the bargain price of £7 in advance or £10 on the door.
For more information – and, more importantly, to book your tickets! – click on the poster below…