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Every­thing you al­ways wanted to know about Fortean Times but were too para­noid to ask!

Reg­u­lar clipsters have pro­vided the lifeblood of Fortean Times since it be­gan in 1973. One of the de­lights for the ed­i­tors is re­ceiv­ing pack­ets of clips from Bor­neo or Brazil, Saudi Ara­bia or Siberia. We in­vite you to join in the fun and send in any­thing weird, from trade jour­nals, lo­cal news­pa­pers, ex­tracts from ob­scure tomes, or li­brary news­pa­per archives.

To min­imise the time spent on pre­par­ing clip­pings for a Fort Sort, we ask that you cut them out and not fold them too small. Mark each clip (on the front, where pos­si­ble) with the source, date and your name, so that we can credit you in the list­ing (right) when we use the ma­te­rial. For UK lo­cal and overseas clips, please give the town of pub­li­ca­tion. For for­eign lan­guage clips, we ap­pre­ci­ate brief trans­la­tions. To avoid con­fu­sion over day and month, please write the date in this form: 1 JULY 2017. If you send pho­to­copies, copy on one side of the pa­per only. Mail to: Fortean Times, PO Box 2409, Lon­don NW5 4NP, UK E-mail: sievek­ing@fortean­times.com or post on the FT web­site at www.fortean­times.co.uk, where there is a con­trib­u­tor’s guide.

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