David Farrant 1946 – 2019


avid Farrant 2014 copyright Dark Morte Mortuary productions

Friends and Followers of David Farrant, of the British Psychic and Occult Society (BPOS)

Public announcement by Jamie Farrant and Della Farrant

It is our sad duty to announce the passing of David Farrant at 9.20pm on 8th April 2019.

David had suffered from ill-health for several years, but remained dedicated to his family and friends, and the world of paranormal research which he had devoted his life to.

We know that David will be very much missed by his many friends, both online and in ‘real life’. HIs loss is felt by us all, and he leaves a niche which no one else could ever fill.

David’s funeral will be held privately, but tributes are welcomed and will be read out.

If you have memories of David which you would like to be shared at his farewell ceremony please email dellafarrant@gmail.com

Thank you all for the fun and intrigue which you brought into David’s life. The legacy of his work – and his charisma – will live on through your podcasts, comments, thoughts and observations. And also through conversations over the years, perhaps especially for those of you who met him in person – either at his home, or at Pagan parties or paranormal events, and can imagine him sitting in that empty seat at the table.

Thank you all for your thoughts about David, your contributions to his life, and your respect for our privacy during this painful time.

Jamie Farrant and Della Farrant


  • reply delcatto ,

    My condolences to you both. A very sad loss. RIP. Declan.

    • reply Steve ,

      I’m very sorry to learn of the sad news. I’d always hoped to bump into David one day. Interviews with him have kept me entertained and intrigued for many years, and with his passing also passes another link to the 60s and 70s, that bygone age of innocence and exploration.
      May he rest in peace and harmony… and maybe just flit across Swains Lane from time to time, a mysterious white figure.

      • reply Jonathan Ferguson ,

        Belatedly, I’m sorry for your loss. I corresponded with David briefly and he was a gentleman despite our very different world-views.

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