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The Unexplained: Mysteries of Mind, Space, & Time
It was an old series that my dad collected when I was a kid. The second article I remember was about fairies. It may have been the Cottingley fairies but I was sure that the story involved a little girl being abducted by fairies she claimed to have seen at the bottom of the garden. Years later, a second child claimed to see the fairies and identified from a picture that one of the fairies was the first girl who had vanished. It may have just been the Cottingley fairies that I read about and I'm remembering incorrectly.
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It dealt with the paranormal and mysteries such as UFOs, the Bermuda Triangle, ghosts, spontaneous human combustion, the Cottingley Fairies, ancient knowledge, sea monsters, the Yeti, weird coincidences, stone circles, contact with the dead, and notable historical characters linked to the occult. The magazine was published as a journal with page numbering continuing from one edition to the next. When the magazine ceased publication, a refund was offered if the consumer returned the covers. Allen Hynek and Professor A. The series was published in 8 to 26 volumes, depending on the British or French edition.
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