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#90 Neil Langdon Inglis Speaks About Brian Inglis

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Brian Inglis, TV personality, author and historian.

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Fahrusha was very happy to welcome Neil Langdon Inglis to “Shattered Reality Podcast”. Neil Langdon Inglis is the son of the late Irish historian, television personality and author of books on the anomalous and history. Neil has had something of a difficult relationship with his father during his teen years and had rather repudiated his father’s point of view during that time, to the point of becoming a member of a debunker organization.

Since his father’s death, Neil Langdon Inglis has gone from debunker to skeptic to a member of the Fortean community, which is where Fahrusha had the pleasure of meeting him. Brian Inglis was a prolific writer whose works on psi and the paranormal are currently being republished by White Crow Books. Among those works are: The Power of Dreams, Coincidence: A Matter of Chance- or Synchronicity?, and Natural and Supernatural: A History of the Paranormal from the Earliest Times to 1914.

Brian Inglis was a well know historian and media figure when he embarked on a second career writing extensively on paranormal subjects. He became friends with Uri Geller, the well known Israeli remote viewer, and was very convinced of his talents. Others, by whose accounts he was fascinated, were Italian medium Eusapia Palladino and Scottish levitating medium Daniel Dunglas Home.

Misfortunately Neil’s personal experiences with the paranormal have been less than pleasant. It has come to Fahrusha’s mind after interviewing Neil, that a possible reason why he has found his experiences disgreeable is because of the loss of control or volition implicit in them.

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