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Service rating : Expected the magazine to arrive before it was available in the shops, as it didn't I can only say that the service has been good.
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Service rating : Always arrive in good time before it's released in stores
Product : Great magazine and very interesting and enjoyable

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Product : Very good husband pleased with birthday gift

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Service rating : Subscription started when they said it would. Gift arrived quickly.
Product : Excellent interesting magazine. Try it you'll love it!

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Service rating : I was supposed to receive my first copy of Fortean Times on 5/26/2016 but it still has not arrived as of 6/22/2016.
Product : My first issue is long overdue. I will cancel if it doesn't come this week.


On 23-Jun-2016 the supplier responded:


I'm sorry this hasn't reached you; we'll need to ask further details to look into this, and so I've sent you an email.

I hope you have a great day!

Martin

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Service rating : Very happy - although when I signed up I was told I would be sent a some free copies for £1.00 - these have never arrived!
Product : Really happy that I subscribed

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Service rating : No hassle subscription.
Product : I love Fortean. I have ever since my husband introduced me to it years ago.

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Service rating : prompt delivery and polite communications when I cancelled my subscription
Product : I've been a fan of the magazine for literally decades. I had a hiatus where I had to cut out luxuries for a few years and recently decided to treat myself to my favourite magazine again. I am greatly disappointed in the magazine compared to what it was when I read it in the past. Its significantly thinner and yet over twice the price, I don't find it good value and am sad that this is the case after all these years.


On 20-Jun-2016 the supplier responded:
Thank you for your comments Caitlyn. I am sorry to hear that the magazine is not how you remember.

Your review will be seen by Fortean Times Magazine and they welcome all feedback.

Lucy

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Service rating : Good service so far.
Product : Excellent magazine.Always fascinating reading.

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i don"t receive yet the first issue of my subscription. When is going to receive the first issue?

Blog

Posted 13/11/14 by Fortean Times

The Fairy Investigation Society

The Fairy Investigation Society, dedicated to tracking down modern accounts of the Little People, must rank as one of the strangest British organisations ever to come into being. SIMON YOUNG tells the story of this curious enterprise through five key episodes – from a Fairy Census to a tabloid scandal – in its eccentric and largely forgotten history.

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Posted 25/09/14 by Fortean Times

Bowmen Of Mons And Mars

One hundred years ago the great European powers were drawn into the first war to be fought on a truly global scale. Four years of conflict produced an outpouring of literature and art, and many caught up in the carnage found sustenance in religion and other types of supernatural belief. There were national calls to prayer and the notion of 'God With Us' encouraged the idea that troops had divine protection.

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Posted 25/09/14 by Fortean Times

Hotel Hauntings

Despite the ease with which many people claim to effortlessly find paranormal manifestations, ghosts and hauntings do not come to order. But every so often a haunted site known from a generation or more ago suddenly produces a fresh crop of paranormal reports. Exactly this seems to have happened during the summer at the Langham Hotel, near Oxford Circus in London, where members of the English cricket team, and their wives and girlfriends, have been troubled by spooky goings on.

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Posted 25/09/14 by Fortean Times

Return Of The Bogus Social Workers

In the 1980s and 1990s, families in the UK – and to a lesser extent the US – faced an unusual threat: the Bogus Social Worker (BSW). By the late Nineties, though, these strange visitors were becoming less common. A 1995 police investigation into the phenomenon concluded that there had been only a handful of genuine cases and that the majority of reports were the result of misunderstandings and a subsequent panic or mania.

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Posted 21/08/14 by Fortean Times

Evolution's Maze

During the 1920s, eugenicist William McDougall began a series of experiments with rats in mazes that he believed provided evidence of 'soft inheritance' – the idea that "intelligent or purposive effort could produce an appreciable change in the constitution of the human race". TONI MELECHI uncovers a fascinating chapter in the history of pseudo-science.

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Posted 01/04/14 by Fortean Times

Linda Blair

1974, Linda Blair became a household name for her portrayal of possessed child Regan in The Exorcist. It was a controversial role that she would never escape, but these days it gives her an opportunity to promote the work of her animal welfare foundation. She talked to FT about her most famous role, her odder experiences and her spiritual beliefs.

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