Have you ever wondered what happened to Viorrey, the little Manx girl, who had the world’s most mysterious friend?
by Walter McGraw
ONCE UPON a time, on a tiny little island, in a tiny little house, there
lived a tiny little animal named Gef who made wee-wee on a great big psychical investigator and screamed: “Go away, clear to hell! We don’t want you here.”
Not true, you think? Let me warn you that in the 1930′s one R. S. Lambert,
then of the British Broadcasting Company, investigated Gef and said, “It is impossible to deny that there is serious evidence . . . for Gef’s reality . . .” And Lambert was called “crazy” but after lengthy proceedings a British court awarded him 7,000 pounds damages, in effect acknowledging there indeed was good reason to believe in the existence of a talking mongoose on the Isle of Man. Read the rest of this entry »