Webinar uploaded: Haunted Northeast Derbyshire with Bill Eyre

Very brief post tonight as I am in the middle of hosting Image from the Wizard Torn an online Ars Magica rpg convention.

I am also these days Chair of the Association for Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena and every Thursday night from 7pm to 8pm I can be found wearing a silly hat to hide my bald spot and hosting a webinar with one of the great and the good from the worlds of Anomalies research: parapsychologists, psychologists, historians, cryptozoologists and UFOlogists, theologians, and anthropologists, folklorists and Forteans. We do not endorse as an organisation any viewpoints but we do give the speakers a respectful hearing and a thorough grilling.

Now Bill Eyre is a veteran ASSAP investigator, and his thoughts are more spiritualist than mine: but he  has so much experience that the differences in our viewpoint in no way get in the way of my respect for the man. He is a genuine authority on haunting cases.

In this video filmed earlier this year we discuss weird phenomena from Chesterfield, Matlock and area. Sadly the first few minutes were lost.

You can find out more about ASSAP at www.assap.ac.uk


About Chris Jensen Romer

I am a profoundly dull, tedious and irritable individual. I have no friends apart from two equally ill mannered cats, and a lunatic kitten. I am a ghosthunter by profession, and professional cat herder. I write stuff and do TV things and play games. It's better than being real I find.
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2 Responses to Webinar uploaded: Haunted Northeast Derbyshire with Bill Eyre

  1. claire1998888 says:

    HI.. how did you get on with Morvens link?


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