Tony Shiels

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Tony Shiels
BornAnthony Nicol Shiels
1938
Salford, Lancashire, England

Tony "Doc" Shiels", a painter, was a pioneer of Bizarre Magick in the 1960s.

Shiels is also know as "paranormal researcher" (as he defined at the time) and monster hunter, revealing stories or photographs of mythical creatures.


Books

  • 13!!!: A Devil's Dozen of Macabre Miracles (1968) (Second edition 1977)
  • Something Strange (1968)
  • Daemons, Darklings and Doppelgangers (1969)
  • Entertaining with E.S.P. (1974)
  • 1974: And Then there Were Three (with Roy Fromer and Tony Raven ), Bob Lynn , 35 p.
  • 1976: The Shiels Effect Niacail O'Siaghail, 73 p. (Republished in 2005 by "Adventures In Astonishment")
  • E.S.P. Mental Magic (1977)
  • 1981 (en) or Psi Principles Bright From Mentalism , Editions Techniques From Spectacle , Strasbourg, 83 p. (Translated into French by Richard Vollmer ) (Republished in 1995 by Magix unlimited (Strasbourg))
  • 1988: Bizarre: The Surreal Sorcery of Tony "Doc" Shiels, Martin Breese, Ltd..
  • 1988: Monstrum! a Wizard's Tale, John Brown Publishing, 144 p. (Signed Anthony Shiels) [Reprinted in 1990 by Fortean Times, London, 144 p. (Signed Tony Shiels) and in 2011 by CFZ Press, 148 p. (Signed Tony "Doc" Shiels)]
  • 1989: The Cantrip Codex, Tony Andruzzi , 113 p.
  • 2006: The Trickster's Equipment Expert, self-publishing, ebook, 20 p. Compilation of articles originally published between 1966 and 1967 in The Linking Ring (newspaper IBM).
  • 2006: Jabberwocky, The Lost Writings of 'Doc' Shiels, Ebook, 47 p. Compilation of articles originally published between 1966 and 1967 in The Budget (Monthly of the British Ring IBM).

As an illustrator:

  • Mercurio (Brett McCarron), 1975, The Propshop. Tricks With Magical Accessories, D. Robbins & Company (New York), 64 p.


References

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