October 2015

David Farrant Gaggia Caffe TV

2 new videos in one week!

Hello again everyone. Here is the link to the 4th part of the Highgate Vampire Symposium as promised yesterday – or rather the day before yesterday! Anyway, you can watch it now although, in fact, it was released yesterday on a few other internet sites. I hope you can all be patient about any delay in getting these episodes published here or elsewhere ; it has not been an easy project – at least, in collating and editing the full 7 hour film coverage. Anyway, here it is:

Also, I mentioned in my last entry that a couple of surprise ‘Hallowe’en specials’ would be up here very soon, so here is one of them.

It is an interview I gave last month (September) about the Highgate Vampire case – or more precisely, my views on this (with which my name came to be inextricably linked) and ‘ghosts’ and other unexplained phenomena. Toby Kirkup, who is originally from Yorkshire and who interviewed me for Gaggia Caffe TV, asked some very interesting questions. It was a pleasure to converse with him about matters ‘Beyond the Highgate Vampire’!

I hope you all enjoy the films folks,


Part 2 Now Live – Highgate & The Occult

As some of you who follow my YouTube channel may be aware, we have been uploading more filmed sessions from July’s Highgate Symposium 2015.

Here is the second part of Highgate and the Occult. Those taking part in this session are:

David Farrant, Charles Walker, Fox the Rebel, Geraldine Beskin owner of the Atlantis Bookshop, and compere and paranormal author Paul Adams.

Charles discusses his investigations into with a group known as the Friends of Hecate, who were operating at Clapham Wood, West Sussex, and into another group known as The Black Cathedral, a Black Magic sect which had been practicing their bizarre ceremonies in a house in Highgate and possibly even inside Highgate Cemetery.

Fox the Rebel defines the true motivations behind the practice of necromancy which was also taking place in Highgate Cemetery during the 1960s and 1970s (and possibly beyond), and Geraldine Beskin and David Farrant discuss the occult movement as this emerged from the ‘Flower Power era’ of ‘free love’ and mysticism as this unfolded in the throughout the 1960’s and ‘70’s.

I do hope you all enjoy it, if you haven’t already seen it.

We have a couple more interviews connected with Highgate Cemetery and its spectral entity (not connected with the Highgate Vampire Symosium) coming up in the Hallowe’en week, but we’ll keep these as a surprise for readers here – although we’ll keep you all posted, so watch this space! . . .

Oh – I almost forgot – “The Vampire Theory – Part One” will be uploaded tomorrow 😉

David Farrant.