I ordered this book from my local library for my husband because I saw it mentioned somewhere by someone and I actually remembered the title 10 minutes later. It’s not a new book and I had to wait several weeks for the librarians to dig it out of the county store as it was buried amongst all the other ‘old’ and obscure books. You can find second hand copies on Amazon I believe and if you’re interested have a word with your local library because they may just have a copy lurking in the basement somewhere.
Don’t be fooled by the title because this book does not contain goblins.
Actually this is a book which was never intended to be printed. The author, Ted Holiday, sent his manuscript off but then recalled it. It was after his death that it found its way into print with his mother giving the only remaining manuscript to author Colin Wilson.
It would have been a shame if this book hadn’t made it into the public domain because I’ve never read a book which covers the gambit of paranormal activity in such a seamless manner. The book starts with Ted’s account of Loch Ness and his search for dragons and before you reach the end of the book he’s covered everything from Men in Black to Joan of Arc!
Ted didn’t start as a believer in the paranormal but he kept having experiences that made him question the fabric of reality. This is an account of one man’s journey and if you can get a copy I’d highly recommend you travel along the path with Ted. It will give you much food for thought on what we call ‘reality’.