IN THE EARLY 1980s A dangerous craze was sweeping Britain’s playgrounds. Critics scorned it as dumb and regressive. Child psychologists fretted that its wanton violence would derail youthful morals. A distressed Christian “young wives group” in Berkshire claimed that “all kinds of exterior evil things had been happening to their children” since they’d taken up the hobby. One mum claimed that, after partaking in this dark art, her son had actually levitated.
Yes, it's Fighting Fantasy books.
Read the rest in this interesting article in The Times.
And will the real levitating child please admit his identity? We've already ruled out George. Failing acts of levitation, please tell us of any out-of-body experiences. Or if Fighting Fantasy derailed you in any way. Violent acts as a result of being knifed by a warlock. Share, people. It's better if you talk about it.
— Mark N