Seriously Strange represents 35 years of taking the strange, seriously! ASSAP is an education association dedicated to discovering the scientific truth behind unexplained anomalous phenomena. Many prominent speakers over the weekend, discussing a range of topics. I was humbly approached to give a presentation talk, by Norie Miles. ASSAP List of speakers
ASSAP has no corporate beliefs and encourages an open-minded, undogmatic scientific approach to its subject. The main activities of the association are research into reports of anomalous phenomena and the analysis and publication of the results of such investigation. Founded on the 10th June 1981. Founders included well known authors Hilary Evans and Jenny Randles as well as Fortean Times editor Bob Rickard and scientists Drs Hugh Pincott and Vernon Harrison. Other founders included Alan Cleaver and Maurice Townsend.
I shall be delivering a talk on the Sunday afternoon on the topic of “Magic in your pocket and reality of alchemy.”
To discover more of ASSAPs work, education and resources please visit www.ASSAP.ac.uk
The conference is happening in the city of Reading, at the Quality Hotel. Saturday 10th September to Sunday 11th September.
Tickets are available. Purchase Ticket options currently just £19.99 for the whole weekend, unprecedented value.
Speakers and presentations include:
The Natural Historie of the European Werewolf
Dr Leo Ruickbie
The Sociology of Ghost Hunting
Rev Peter Laws
Talk: Does God Believe in Ghosts? The Curious Clash of Christians and Spooks.’
Talk: Ghost Hunting and the late Andrew Green
Steve Parsons Paranormal Investigator
Subject: Paranormal Investigation
Talk: “The lost ‘science’ of Witness Testimony? – Investigating the ‘Cage’ at St Osyth”
Dr Terry Palmer
Talk: Are mass killings the acts of evil people, the psychologically disturbed or are they possessed?
Talk: The Mystic Teresa Helena Higginson
Talk: Dreaming: The evidence for the survival hypothesis
Talk: Haunted Dolls
Talk: Opening the Doors of Perception
Talk: Erotic Magic
The entity at Highgate
Talk: The continued existence of the Tasmanian wolf