Andrew Homer has had a lifelong fascination with anomalous phenomena and especially ghosts and hauntings. He has enjoyed a long and varied career in anomaly research including serving as National Investigations Co-ordinator for the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena (ASSAP). In 1998 he was awarded the Michael Bentine memorial shield for anomaly research.
Andrew has contributed to many publications over the years and has presented lectures for the FT UnConvention, ASSAP and The Ghost Club. He has played a key role in numerous notable investigations over many years of anomaly research and has appeared on radio and television programmes. Andrew has investigated reported anomalous phenomena in just about every type of location including castles, stately homes, private houses and, of course, haunted hostelries.
Appropriately enough when he is not involved in anomaly research, writing or working for The Black Country Living Museum, Andrew enjoys a pint in a real ale pub - haunted of course!
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