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Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Programme 192- David Farrant

This Thursday evening on the HPANWO Show: David Farrant, a paranormal researcher who investigates psychical and occult phenomena. His report about an entity in a north London cemetery led to the media sensation known as the "Highgate Vampire", see: http://www.davidfarrant.org/.
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1 comment:

  1. The material regarding Highgate Cemetery does not commence until forty minutes into the HPANWO Radio interview where Farrant trots out familiar contradictory nonsense about himself, eg that he "was involved in a mystical order many years ago" etc. Poppycock !!!

    The purpose of the wooden stake was to drive it into the ground to make a circle for magical purposes, Farrant alleges somewhat unconvincingly in the light of recorded interview material from the time that reveals him "vampire hunting" with a cross and stake.

    He claims that he denied the entity was a vampire back in 1970. Not true. Farrant, more than anyone else, jumped on what he perceived to be a publicity bandwagon and declared in an interview given to the Hampstead & Highgate Express, 6 March 1970, that he would do everything in his power to rid the graveyard of its vampire.

    Moreover, on 17 August 1970, Farrant was arrested in Highgate Cemetery by police and was found to be in possession of a sharp wooden stake, crucifix and similar items, eg rosaries etc.

    Interviewed by BBC television's "24 Hours" programme two months later, Farrant confirmed that he was vampire hunting when arrested and indeed reconstructed events of that night which involved him stalking about the graveyard with a cross in one hand and a wooden stake in the other, plus a Roman Catholic rosary around his neck, for the benefit of the television camera.

    When the layers of pretence are peeled away, the man unearthed is someone who believes in nothing spiritual or supernatural; someone who is a total fraud; someone whose primary motivation is gratuitous attention seeking. The press, of course, have their own agenda, and seldom allow the truth to get in the way of a sensational story.

    The people to shoulder blame are those who provide David Farrant with the publicity he craves. They are his "dealers." He is the hopeless addict, and his fatal addiction is for manufactured self-publicity.