Due to quite a busy month, it’s been a little difficult to get back writing a Blog every day or two. I used to be quite good at it – but then, that’s when things were a lot quieter. Still trying though in between the ‘busy life’ of late, which has included continuing writing the third edition of my autobiography; arranging two more live talks for the near future in Oxford and London; another radio interview, and somehow trying to arrange some location shots which will mean a trip to Kent being slotted in as well. As well as that, I have been trying to give Della all the support I could with her new book Haunted Highgate, which, I am pleased to say, she has now completed.
And then, of course, there is the slight matter of sleep which I have never been too fussy about, but which sometimes has a habit of catching up with you! but it’s good to think you can you can keep this ‘at bay’ sometimes, by concentration and a few glasses of good wine! Well, it’s served to keep me awake on a good number of necessary occasions anyway!
But to get back to the ‘straggling’ Blog:
A few people have asked me to release (rather re-produce) some newspaper or magazine articles which they may have seen references to, but which are no longer available. Well, these ‘available’ in a way, because most of them are still on public record, but because of time, are may not be available for immediate purchase as original copies.
Well, I do have a few that may interest some people; and all you have to do is to copy them or download them. I referred to the 2005 edition of the “Paranormal Magazine” about the Highgate Vampire by in my last Blog, so here is another that may interest collectors of esoteric material on the Highgate case.
It was written by Rob Brautigam, a dedicated enthusiastic researcher of the Highgate case from Holland and appeared in his “International Vampire” magazine in August 1995.
It’s only an interview with myself when Rob visited London earlier that year, so please don’t get your hopes up! But here is the Intervamp article as it was published so maybe you will enjoy it! . . .