Darklore IV (edited and published by Greg Taylor of The Daily Grail) is now available, and has a number of crypto-chapters in its pages (including one from Richard Freeman on Japanese monsters; and one from Neil Arnold on the Chupacabras). You will also find a chapter from me on ESP in the animal kingdom.
Here's Greg himself to tell you more:
I'm very pleased to announce that the latest instalment of our Fortean anthology series, Darklore Volume 4, is now available for sale! Here's the links to purchase from Amazon:
Limited Edition Hardcover (333 copies): Amazon US or Amazon UK
Paperback: Amazon US or Amazon UK
Here's a sampling of the content in the latest release:
Greg Taylor looks back on the mythical context of the 'American Stonehenge', the Georgia Guidestones.
Robert Bauval surveys the sacred landscape of Ancient Egypt.
Blair MacKenzie Blake suggests a shocking new theory on the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau.
Richard Freeman goes in search of Japanese monsters.
Nick Redfern reveals the government files investigating animal E.S.P.
Filip Coppens takes you on a tour of that most ancient of sites, Göbekli Tepe.
Neil Arnold traces the Chupacabras bloodline in 'The Goatsucker Family Tree'.
The Emperor digs deep into the history of the Flying Saucerers.
Robert Schoch wonders whether psi was used to incite a revolution in Romania.
Much more besides, with contributions from Mike Tymn, Nigel Watson, Greg Mcqueen, John Higgs, Theo Paijmans and John Reppion.
Sample articles from Volume 4 will be available from the Darklore website later in the week.