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Chaos: The Review of the Damned

Chaos: The Review of the Damned

A publication devoted to detailed references connected with Forteana, the unexplained anomalous natural phenomena studied by Charles Fort, author of The Book of the Damned (1919). The "damned" were the data rejected or explained away by orthodox science, including strange falls from the sky, mysterious appearances and disappearances, unusual synchronicities, enigmatic artifacts, and astronomical ambiguities. Chaos explored the background detail of Fort's references and supplements them by additional in-depth material. Last known address: Res Bureaux, Box 1598, Kingston, Ontario K7L 5C8, Canada.

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