Did she succeed, like Majorana, in effecting a ‘quantum disappearance’?

I am now starting to believe that the key to After Her Blood, to Emma’s disappearance, maybe even to this entire puzzle, lies in the words of O.B. Zaslavskii at the start of the book (page ii): We argue that the underlying motive force in the story of [Majorana’s] disappearance consisted in existential intention to … Continue reading Did she succeed, like Majorana, in effecting a ‘quantum disappearance’?

While I believe she was traumatised, I do not believe she was duplicitous

Is it possible that Emma Fielding is the author of After Her Blood, and thus the perpetrator of an elaborate hoax? This is not an unreasonable question and is one that I have been asked by more than one interested reader. For those of you who are following both her story and my own investigation … Continue reading While I believe she was traumatised, I do not believe she was duplicitous

“The book is connected to the case, and maybe even the disappearance of Emma Fielding”

I honestly do not know what to make of this, of anything in fact now connected with my search for Emma Fielding. I can only hope that my continuous recording of such strange, such unfathomable events will mean that I, or someone – god knows if it will ever be me – will be able … Continue reading “The book is connected to the case, and maybe even the disappearance of Emma Fielding”

“The police searched that bus top to bottom, inside out” – More evidence comes to light

It has been nearly two weeks since my ill-fated attempt to trace Emma Fielding to the place where her story, written in her own hand, came to an end. I have tried to put aside the brooding sense of disquiet that still lingers every time I think about my visit to that lonely village on … Continue reading “The police searched that bus top to bottom, inside out” – More evidence comes to light