a home-produced magazine, started in 1988, to examine topics in
religion, the supernatural and the paranormal. It invites skeptics and
true believers to settle their differences by presenting evidence.
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sympathies of Investigator Magazine editors lie with empiricism
science. Views published are not necessarily their views.
for publication should be under 2,000 words.
to a previous article shorter than that previous article and try to
conclude debates within three rounds.
should be marked "For publication" or "Not for publication". Published
letters are often edited/shortened.
publish every contributed article or an edited version. However,
this intention is constrained by wanting to avoid excessive repetition
and excessive material on individual topics.
fiction and poetry is accepted but content must coincide with the
themes of the magazine.
material for publication you accept that it may also go on the Investigator
gift copy of the issue in which their first article is published.
Otherwise the only reward offered for published material is the
satisfaction you derived in preparing it.
Magazine and research for it is a non-profit hobby.