It’s been a bit of a blur since the book came out and reviews are now being published so I just wanted to thank some of those who’ve been kind enough to support my first foray into the world of publishing!

So here’s a post from Carlos over at his blog Videa which can be found at:


He made a comment about Bob Lazar, something that never crossed my mind when researching the book.



As we get ever nearer to the publishing of my book (the final manuscript is now in with the publisher!) I wanted to share something that was put together by someone who regularly corresponds with me on Twitter about the subject matter.

Debs, whose Twitter account is @NearlyHere put the map together having researched the coordinates listed on the @1of26 feed, one of the many items I’ve been researching for my book.

The 1of26 feed is erratic, and in fact stopped posting anything about a year ago. What it does post is mainly locations, references to people in the world of science or even historical literature and then a reference to John Titor – this man was an alleged time traveler from the early 00’s.


Nothing makes much sense as you will see from the screen shot of the final few tweets I’ve enclosed.

But the locations make even less sense and with Debs’ help you will see all manner of locations with no particular pattern – unless anyone out there can come up with some kind of logical suggestion?

One Tweet of note suggests that ‘Steve’ knows someone going by the name Charley Sandford & that person likes a restaurant called The Galley – the link goes to an actual restaurant – but no one would comment on these alleged guests having set foot in the place.

My book will explain more of what I found out and also probably opens up the debate as to what this actually could be; is it a cover up, hoax or something else more sinister but in the meantime it’s worth looking at these locations to see if they make any sense. This posting from a blogger in Argentina called Carlos is worth a read as it sets out a lot of the background to my book –  ‘The Double Crash‘.

Here’s the images prepared by Debs for review:



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Alan Godfrey with a drawing of the craft (credit:Evans & Stacy)

Since I launched myself into the world of the conspiracy theory I have been amazed by the amount of fervent debate from both sides of the fence; from those either trying to prove or disprove.

Almost any online search about conspiracy theories throws up a huge amount of web sites promising to debunk or support some of the most famous incidents such as Roswell, Big Foot, who really built the pyramids and of course famous assassinations such as JFK.

But many are fact light and laden with unsupported claims and theories that would probably sit well in a Hollywood film rather than on a site claiming to have a basis in fact.

Time is a great proving ground for conspiracy theories and the recent releases by the UK government of their UFO files dating from 1965 to 2008 only add further fuel to fan the flames of some believers who talk of sightings being covered up and blurred by concerted disinformation campaigns.

Of course, the more that people try to dispute or debunk a particular incident the more people will inevitably cry foul & level accusations of cover-ups, disinformation campaigns and the burying of evidence.

However to me the as yet unanswered case of Alan Godrey who talks of being abducted by aliens in Todmorden, West Yorkshire is one of the most interesting cases of the past few decades.

The Alan Godfrey story is all the more perplexing because of the initial investigation into the discovery of the body of Zigmund Adamski on top of a pile of coal that led to the alleged abduction described by Godfrey.

Forensic scientists who examined the body of Adamski were never able to identify a gel-like substance they found around the back of his neck near some burn marks.

They were also at odds when trying to justify the location of his body or also the state of his clothing.

More can be read here:

Of all the mysterious reports of UFO or alien encounters I have come across so far researching my book this one is the most puzzling and remains a mystery to this day.

It reminded me of the incident that was reported in Paris I am researching as part of my book.

That spoke of someone allegedly breaking into a morgue and being caught trying to inject dead bodies with a substance; immediately my mind asked the questions how did this person get into the morgue and why would you inject a dead body?

Like the Alan Godfrey incidents, sometimes it is difficult trying to come up with a rational, logical answer that satisfies our curiosity.



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I think one of the most interesting aspects of researching a non-fictional book are the characters you come across during that process.

Of course when you mention the word paranormal all sorts of connotations spring to mind and people inevitably will draw their own conclusions; but I am from the world of security consultancy and having not encountered this world before I have remained as objective as possible during the writing process.

I have also learned to not overlook anything as however small that clue may appear to be it can lead to something very significant. 

Michio Kaku, the renowned physicist, has often talked about time travel and how it may be possible, this being one of his videos:

Michio Kaku got a small mention in one of the many articles I had to research during my work and this was in connection with the speculation that the M6 crash and subsequent incident in Paris were actually part of some grand plot involving time travel.

Of course now having researched Kaku’s work I can see how this may be the case and this is something I have attempted to try and work through in the book; I make no conclusion but offer up some suggestions.

Equally the 1of26 blog offers very little apart from several notable figures from the worlds of science and literature; although there was no mention of Kaku I did see a reference to Ronald Mallet.

Ronald Mallett is another renowned physicist and someone who has made time travel a key part of his research, this is a video featuring him explaining his theories:

So is there a link or a theme? Certainly there’s a link between these two renowned physicists but whether that can substantiate a link to both of the incidents and the blog is something that is yet to be confirmed.

My book will come out early November and I am currently doing some final research into these and many more unanswered questions.



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I have spent months researching, recording and writing about the alleged ‘M6 Paranormal Crash’ and also the connected incident in Paris that took place towards the end of 2009 and the Spring of 2010.

You may or may not beware of them but a simple search on Google will reveal thousands of pages about these incidents.

Speculation about the events include the possibility of time travel, alien abduction, an insurance fraud and even the creation of a black market for alien artefacts; nothing that I have researched about these incidents is normal, although nothing proves they were paranormal.

Of course they could also be a hoax or even a viral campaign; I have considered all options.

In the coming months I shall talk more about what I think I found and where I need help trying to pin down what may be the truth behind these mysteries that the Fortean Times called ‘modern folklore’ when they reported on them in April 2011.



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