I work in the heritage sector. In my spare time, I use ethnography to study contemporary fringe beliefs that have their roots in likely older cultural traditions.
My focus includes having a better understanding of those people who have been transformed by their experiences. My research interests are specifically linked to UFO close encounter cases, folklore and religion.
I'm also a fan of horror, fantasy and sci-fi and a PS3 vet. Not being satisfied with just watching films, I started writing poetry and short stories.
This is my personal blog.
Tag Archives: British UFO Research Association
Confessions of a shameful kind reared its ugly head tonight and I can quite happily smile in the knowledge that my instinct was right all along. The style of the documentary was typically Channel 4’s, but its content was utter … Continue reading →
I’m hoping that I will be proven wrong on Thursday night but somehow I doubt it. My experience tells me that I’m going to be sorely disappointed. What is the media fascination with people who have unfortunately been labeled ‘abductees’? … Continue reading →