1) Gef in the local press
Captain McDonald's investigation.
2) Gef in the International Press
A rather over-dramatic account of Gef's antics.
3) Gef in the Journal of the ASPRTwo articles written by investigator Nandor Fodor for the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research.
|The photo of Gef referred to by Fodor. |
(It looks more like a rather plump cat to me!)
Written before Fodor's visit to Cashen's Gap and mainly concerned with a photograph allegedly showing Gef perched on a fence. By this stage, Gef has apparently killed 146 rabbits for the family.
Having spent the week at Cashen's Gap without encountering Gef, Fodor is nevertheless convinced of his reality, though as a natural rather than supernatural phenomenon. Fodor also considers the comparison between Gef and the witches familiars of folklore.
4) Gef in Fate Magazine
Article by Harold T Wilkins for the ever entertaining Fate Magazine. Co-founded by Pulp publishing legend Raymond A Palmer, Fate in the early 1950's was largely concerned with the new-fangled UFO mystery and rumours of ancient subterranean civilisations.