Charles Fort (1874-1932) was the man behind the philosophy of Forteanism and wrote:
“In every ﬁeld of phenomena… is somewhere the unexplained, or the irreconcilable, or the mysterious.”Fort was an American but visited London during the 1920s. While staying in Bloomsury he experienced a number of strange events and developed a fascination into happenings that seem to defy explanation. He spent much time in the British Library while developing the school of thought that was named after him.
The talk, which is being held at the The Devereux pub, is being given by John Rimmer. It starts at 7.30pm. The Devereux is at 20 Devereux Court, off Essex St, London WC2. For a map of how to get there visit: www.multimap.com/maps/?&hloc=GBWC2R%203JJ
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