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Anomaly 12 - John Keel - unpublished (rendition)

Anomaly 12 - John Keel - unpublished (rendition)

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Published by Eric Kiln
Never sent out to subscribers, this is the long lost final 12th issue that has just been brought to light. This rendition makes it possible to read, especially the small print.

We can thank the gentleman at www.johnkeel.com. Go ahead and check out the site for a color and detailed version.
Never sent out to subscribers, this is the long lost final 12th issue that has just been brought to light. This rendition makes it possible to read, especially the small print.

We can thank the gentleman at www.johnkeel.com. Go ahead and check out the site for a color and detailed version.

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Published by: Eric Kiln on Dec 07, 2010
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ANOMALY
A JOURNAL OF FORTEANAFebruary 1976 NUMBER TWELVE FINAL ISSUEYou have been sitting by your mailbox for almost two years,patiently waiting for the long promised super-issue of ANOMALY.Well, everything is going to hell these days and poor Anomaly,alas, is done gone. Rapidly rising costs, paper shortages andmany other dreary problems have beset us. Anomaly has been killed by the 20
th
century.If you sent us more than one envelope they will be returned to you with this miserablelittle four-paged flier. Don’t send any more envelopes, please.We hope, however, that you will continue to send us clippings and reports from yourarea. As most of you know, we write a regular Fortean column for Sage magazine andwill continue to grind out books and articles until the C.I.A. steal away our typewriter.On top of our regular chores we are also assuming the editorship of Pursuit, the official journal of the Society for the Investigations of the Unexplained (S.I.T.U.), founded by thelate Ivan T. Sanderson, Pursuit in a quarterly magazine brimming over with the latestnews on UFOs, the Abominable Snowman, the Lock Ness Monster, and many othersubjects of Fortean interest. If you are not already a member of S.I.T.U. we recommendthat you send ten dollars ($10) to the address below. You will receive a membership card,Pursuit and inside info on what’s happening in the wonderful world of the unbelievable.S.I.T.U. maintains one of the world’s largest libraries of Forteans and the massive filescollected by Ivan Sanderson and other leaders in the field. All of this material will beplaced at your fingertips. The S.I.T.U. staff (all volunteers) will research specific itemsfor you and answer your queries. If you happen to be passing through the northeast, givethem advance notice and you can visit S.I.T.U. headquarters, use the library, and enjoythe camaraderie of other Forteans.The address is: Society for the Investigation of the UnexplainedColumbia, N.J. 07832Finally, we move about a good deal…Washington, D.C. one year, Woodstock, N.Y. thenext. But our “permanent address” for the past ten years has been our NYC P.O. Box.Please use it exclusively. Letters sent to Saga or our book publishers usually reach usmonths later…when they reach us at all.Thank you for all your help and support in the past. We hope you will continue tocorrespond with us, send us clippings, and follow our misguided career in the pages of Saga and Pursuit.-John A. Keel--219-
 
 
 
 

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