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Science has generally triumphed over magic in the history of Doctor Who, but what about characters and situations that defy scientific explanation?
The possessed Toby Zed (Will Thorp) in The Satan Pit (2006); Sutekh (Gabriel Woolf), last of the Osirans in Pyramids of Mars (1975); a drawing of Chloe Webber’s father comes to life in Fear Her (2007); Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) is menaced by a Silent in Day of the Moon (2011); Gwyneth (Eve Myles) makes contact with the Gelth in The Unquiet Dead (2005); the Doctor (David Tennant) confronts the Beast in The Satan Pit; Lilith (Christina Cole) the Carrionite in The Shakespeare Code (2007); the unicorn in The Mind Robber (1968); the TARDIS is drawn into the Mandragora Helix in The Masque of Mandragora (1976); the Destroyer (Marek Anton) in Battlefield (1989).
The amplifier used by Captain Wrack to destroy her opponents in Enlightenment (1983).
Jean (Joann Kenny) and Phyllis (Joanne Bell) become vampiric Haemovores when they succumb to The Curse of Fenric (1989).
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Ever since the TARDIS was first revealed in 1963, Doctor Who has presented a bewildering array of alien technology and gadgetry. Human scientific knowledge can do nothing to explain the mysteries of the astonishing devices and phenomena that the Doctor takes for granted. This is the first publication devoted to the incredible ideas that the series has made its own. Highlights include a comprehensive guide to the sonic screwdriver, the secrets of the Time Lords and the weaponry of the Doctor’s most dangerous enemies.