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Who is Dale/Allistar?

About Dr. Wentworth

Dr. Allistar Wentworth is a figure shrouded in as much intrigue as the subjects he studies. A physician by training, Wentworth has ventured far beyond the confines of traditional medicine, delving into the paranormal and the occult with an insatiable curiosity. 

Born and raised in the heart of Victorian London, his eccentricity and passion for the unexplained have made him a notable, if somewhat controversial, character in both scientific and spiritual circles.

Early Life and Education

Wentworth’s early life was marked by an intense interest in the natural sciences, an interest that quickly expanded into the realms of alchemy, spiritualism, and the esoteric. He pursued a medical degree, distinguishing himself in anatomy and physiology, though his professors often noted his unusual fascination with the metaphysical aspects of medicine.

Career and Research

After completing his medical studies, Dr. Wentworth purchased a small home in London, which served both as his residence and as a center for his explorations into the paranormal. Decorated in a style that reflects both his scientific background and his opulent tastes, the studio is filled with scientific instruments, vials of various substances, ancient texts, and macabre curiosities which he believes hold the key to understanding the spirit world.

Dr. Wentworth’s work focuses on the intersection of science and spirituality. He is particularly fascinated with the Victorian era’s obsession with séances and the attempts to communicate with the dead through various means, including glass moving, the use of pendulums, and scrying. His research aims to validate or debunk paranormal phenomena using the scientific method, though his approach often blurs the lines between researcher and practitioner.

Publications and Public Engagements

Though not a prolific writer in the traditional sense, Dr. Wentworth has documented his experiments and findings in a series of journals that are available for consultation by appointment. He is best known for his intimate gatherings, where he invites the public into his studio for demonstrations of his latest experiments. These evenings, which he calls “Manifestations Live,” aim to recreate the experience of a Victorian séance with a modern twist, combining his scientific obsessions with his passion for the paranormal.

Philosophy and Beliefs

Dr. Wentworth believes that the veil between the living and the dead is thinner than we might think and that with the right knowledge and tools, one can communicate across this boundary. He holds that science and the supernatural are not mutually exclusive but rather two sides of the same coin, waiting to be unified by those brave enough to explore the depths of both.


In a world increasingly governed by strict definitions of what is considered “real” or “scientific,” Dr. Allistar Wentworth stands as a testament to the power of curiosity and the importance of keeping an open mind. His life’s work challenges us to question our beliefs, to embrace the unknown, and to consider the possibility that there is much more to our existence than meets the eye.

For those who dare to explore the shadows with him, Dr. Wentworth offers a journey that is as enlightening as it is unsettling. Through his studies, he continues to push the boundaries of what is known, inviting us all to peer into the darkness and perhaps, find a bit of light.

Dale Curwin is the Dr.’s modern representative. A student of the paranormal, occult and sciences for over 50 years he now practices these arcane arts here in Mazatlán.

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The image is a portrait of a man stylized as a Victorian paranormalist named Dale Curwin, also referred to as Dr. Allistar Wentworth, seated at a table with a black scrying ball and esoteric items.
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