"This planet is haunted by us; the other occupants just evade boredom by filling our skies and seas with monsters." - John Keel
Alien cultures. Strange things and even stranger places. The third issue of THE BLACK SEAL embarks on a whirlwind world tour of the weird and the not-so-wonderful; offering a terrifying glimpse into the darker corners of this strange, mad planet we all live on, and the bizarre things we share it with. Prepare yourself, quite literally, for a Holiday in Hell.
•'A Road Less Travelled: Or The Rough Guide To Fighting Evil In A Hot Country' by Jonathan Turner
•'Resolution Zero: The United Nations and the Starkweather-Moore Conspiracy ' by Daniel Harms, with David Conyers and Adam Crossingham
•'Terra Occulta: an Atlas of Strange Places' by David Conyers and Nick Brownlow, with Adam Crossingham and Daniel Harms
•'Contains: One Tibetan God' by Davide Mana
•'Cages' a comic strip by Nick Brownlow & P.J. Holden
•'The Spiralling': A PISCES Assignment into the Heart of the Congo by David Conyers
•'The British Museum: London's Centres of Knowledge, part one' by David Conyers
•'Rare and Unusual: paranormal Artefacts at the British Museum', by David Conyers & William Jones, with Phil Ward
•'False Mythologies: How a Euro Cult Manipulates Memory for the Benefit of Ghatanothoa' by Wood Ingham
Regular Columns and Features:
•Dangerous Places:Timsdown West
•The Further Files of Prof. Grant Emerson: report on NYC Burn Victim
•Unusual Suspects: The Shragged Man
And more of course...