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If you wish to contact me by email my address is:  furnival.news@googlemail.com

Before doing so please read my ‘FAQ‘ page which defines skepticism and the nature of my interest in folklore and supernatural phenomena. I am always pleased to hear from people who wish to report ‘extraordinary experiences’ and who appreciate critical examination of the subjects discussed on my website. However, as not all opinions are equal, I see no pressing reason to tolerate ones that are manifestly unhinged or that arise from profound ignorance. Emails that contain ad hominem attacks will be treated as spam.

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8 Responses to Contact me

  1. Peter maddison-Sharpe says:

    Hello David, Its been three years since i e-mailed you about my experiences in the Longdondale Valley and as i received no reply from you i presumed you had not received my e-mail.
    I am the gentleman who was driving home to Leeds in 1973 and witnessed the blue/white light.
    You must have received my e-mail as you have printed my story(thanks very much) The incident is still very clear in my mind after nearly 40 years and i am pleased that you have published it and other people can now read my account of what REALLY did happen that night.
    Many thanks
    Peter Maddison-Sharpe

  2. E says:

    Just read the lemon head encounter by the two boys in the u.k.. I don’t really follow ufo stuff. However, a year or so ago, I woke to a shadow beside my bed whispering “we want you to come with us”. The same phrase the boys heard. During the same period, not the same nite, I woke up twice with my head at the foot of the bed, absolutely gasping for a single breath of air. Can’t remember if these incidents happened before or after the whisper… in retrospect, it seemed more like an invitation than anything… according to the lemon head uk sightings date, I think maybe im close to the same age as the boys… I was sitting here watching a bill Murray flick and thought id type in that phrase on google “we want you to come with us”. Hit the first link, and the chills ensued… got drunk with a buddy one nite and wrote a silly song about it “ancient aliens in my bedroom … whispering in my ear”….. mom told me one time that someday everyone will be gray. She was speaking of interracial marriage in the car after I saw my first mixed couple. Must have been 6ish. It echoes volumes to me now… “big maybe their in the room rite now, in their invisible cloaks somehow”…

  3. laurie says:

    just read a review of your book.you say almost all? I heard arnold coined the phrase saucers.
    What about Jal1628? the F15 rock in 2013. the channel islands with to pilots and their passengers
    Regard Laurie

  4. John cauley says:

    Hello Daviid
    My wife has just corrected me and says it wasn’t coming from edale but exactly if lying in the direction of
    Where the crash site is of the b29, it was flying really low and was a massive military plane we were sitting at the stream in Jacobs ladder near edale, looked at a photo of the b29 and it was exactly like that it was a beautiful July day 2013

  5. Lucia Nkomo says:

    Hello.I am writing to you from Mutare,Zimbabwe. I just read your article about the Crying Boy painting . Yesterday while looking for a friend of mine l walked into a second hand shop and found the huge painting of a crying boy going for only $13.I made inquiries about the owner of the picture and was told that “a white guy brought the painting and he does not want it anymore that is why its that cheap” I asked the lady in the shop if she knew anything about this picture and the myths surrounding it.She was totally ignorant about it. Is the myth still valid? Will my house be grazed to the floor by fire if l buy the picture?

    • Hi Lucia – thanks for posting. Yes, the legend is still valid in that people keep repeating it and believe in the existence of a curse, that is the nature of folklore!
      But there is no evidence that any of these paintings cause fires. Fires are caused by careless humans and/or accidents in the home!

  6. Jean Vezina says:

    Dear Mr Clarke,

    I have read with much interest your book “How UFOs conquered the world” and you seem now more critical about the earth light hypothesis. I know that some field observation projects were carried in the Pennines area. Were the results negative?

    I am running an observation project in the province of Quebec, Canada about such alleged phenomena. Witnesses sometimes describe luminous spheres and other shapes near the ground and the occurences seem recurrent. I am therefore monitoring all UFO reports (as these will reported as UFOs) to catch sightngs where the description is luminous phenomena occurring near the ground in order to do field observation with cameras and instruments at these locations to get at least good pictures and videos and preliminary magnetic measurements (this will be merely present-absent measurements).

    So I would like to know what occurred with the projects in UK.

    Thanks in advance,

    Jean

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