Steven, 31, explains: "I've been interested in the paranormal since childhood and started reading Fortean Times (which he is now a regular contributor to) when I was 10 or 11.
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FT stands for Fortean Times (magazine)
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She writes for The Fortean Times (the magazine of the weird and wonderful), is an active member of the Dracula Society and writes ghost stories.
And now the colourful Fortean Times presenter, from Cardiff, is set to address a cultural debate about his findings.
compiled from Fortean Times Not that I'd elect to step in front of one--but obviously these little Trojan horses of death are overrated.
Fort's status as a cult figure endures to this day in INFO, the International Fortean Organization (unrelated to the defunct Fortean Society) and the Fortean Times (not connected to INFO), a slick monthly magazine containing "The world's weirdest news stories.
Established artists and professional animators on hand include John McCrea, of X-Men, Spider-man and The Hulk fame, Hunt Emerson, artist for The Beano, Wall Street Journal and Fortean Times, and The Brothers McLeod.
In 2006 however, James Carlson of New Mexico, a serviceman based at Brawdy, West Wales, in the '70s and '80s, told paranormal magazine the Fortean Times in a letter that the Harrier vertical take-off jet used in the UK from 1969 might explain the cigar-shaped object sightings because it did not move like a conventional aircraft.