Volume Twelve looks at The Berwyn Mountain Incident, AKA The Roswelsh Incident. Did a UFO crash in North Wales in 1974?
In a deviation from the usual Forteana or general weirdness, this mini-zine looks at an event that is very much of the temporal realm. The focus is a nearly 200 […]
Volume eleven looks at the Folk Horror archetype as found in novels and films, and applies it to a couple of real-life murder cases
The ‘Satan Special’. Examines urban legends regarding secret Devil worshipping cults that meet in woodland clearings or large abandoned houses, and asks what is behind such beliefs, and also whether […]
Volume Nine is a homage to all things bizarre, freakish and grotesque, the unexplained or (supposedly) paranormal… If you’re bored by reality and “want to believe” then this is the […]
Volume #8 features: – Autonomads interview – Caina interview – TNS @ Ten interview – Poetry by Robert Arnold – Article on Urban Exploration
Volume #7.5 features: -’Urban Exploration Colour Photozine’ based on visits to a series of underground sites, including air-raid shelters, an abandoned train tunnel and man-made cave system. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stickysounds/sets
Volume #7 features: – H.P. Lovecraft and Cosmic Horror – Perzines – I Think My Washing Machine Is Trying To Kill Itself by Mike Relton – A Terror Beyond Falling […]
Sticky Sounds presents ‘A Terror Beyond Falling’ – Mental health zine consisting of recollections and journal type entries based on my experiences throughout 2009-2013.
Volume #6.5 features: -’Urban Exploration Colour Photozine’ based on a visit to an abandoned asylum.
Volume #6 features: – Burnt Cross interview. – A feature on print zines featuring 9 different zine editors. – An essay on urban legends in Manchester. – Mental health […]
Volume #5.5 -‘Urban Exploration Colour Photozine’ based on visits to three different sites; A Victorian asylum, a hospital and an old hospital/workhouse. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stickysounds/sets
Volume #5 features: – The artwork of Hideous Images. – Music and Me in 2000-2010 – Interview with new ‘scum crust’ band Vitriolic Response. – Essay on Urban Legends. – […]
Volume #4 features: – Music and Me in ‘The 90s’ – ‘Music is my Autobiography (Seasons in the Sun)’ by Neil – (Hidden) Manchester and Urban Exploration – Film Reviews […]
Volume #3 features: – ‘Is the zine dead?’ – ‘Music is my Autobiography’ pt2 – Black Metal – ‘From the Land of the Ice and Snow’ – Some thoughts […]
Volume #2 features: – Manic Street Preachers & Me pt2 ‘The end of the affair’ – ‘Staying Sober for the Revolution’ – Style and how you present yourself ‘Id’ […]