This is the fourth book by Paul Sinclair, but the first one specifically autobiographical. Tracing his boyhood in rural Yorkshire in the sixties and seventies he gives well observed insights into village life which unfold into his being beset by the paranormal. Paul relates how his life was repeatedly visited by various phenomena and the ensuing loneliness which changed his own and his family’s lives for ever. While he conveys a remarkable objectivity and acceptance he documents his progress from victim to established authority and researcher in the field of UFOs, cryptids, apparitions and poltergeists. The author stoically resists the temptation to feel malice or explain and categorise his experiences; he does however convey powerfully to the reader the emotional impact they have had on his life.