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Presented by SPES/CFIUK. Join our highly entertaining, expert speakers as they investigate tales of sea-monsters, mermaids, etc.

Ever wondered if there is some truth to sailor’s tales of monsters from the ocean’s depths?
Dr Charles Paxton, a scientist from the University of St Andrews, is one of the country’s most qualified cryptozoologists, and he will be running both a lecture and workshop on monsters from the deep – mythical and real.
Darren Naish is a researcher at The University of Portsmouth, who will talk about the ‘prehistoric survivor paradigm’ and what it means (or doesn’t mean) for ’sea monster’ sightings.


Dr Charles Paxton | talks | www
Dr Darren Naish | talks | www


Date and Time:

7 November 2009 at 11:00 am


Half Day



Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square

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Organised by:

Centre for Inquiry
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£10 (free to humanist orgs, e.g. BHA GLHA, SPES and NH subscribers). free to friends of cfi uk.

Available from:

Book by sending a cheque with names of attendees to Suresh Lalvani, Ex Director CFIUK, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London W1R. Or use paypal – hit “Support cfiuk” button at www.cfiuk.org and follow instructions.

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