• 7 August 2016 at 22 : 22 PM

    The Hammersmith Hiss – Green Ghost in London

    Posted by in . , Ghosts and Ghouls , Hammersmith , London , Strange Creatures 0

    Hammersmith has always seemed a bit creepy to me. The brutal mix of very old and very modern architecture gives it the feel of a haunted city, where the ghosts of the past mingle with the souls of the living. However, Hammersmith became a whole lot creepier for me after reports reached my inbox of a ghostly phenomenon nick-named the Hammersmith Hiss. I ...

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  • 7 August 2016 at 21 : 48 PM

    Demonic Visitation or Shadow Man?

    Posted by in Demonic Possessions , Ghosts and Ghouls , UK Regions 1

    It's been a while since we last posted anything on here. Apologies for the lengthy break but we've been through a tough few years, which  forced us to take a step back and rethink our purpose as a website; but we have now overcome this existential crisis and are ready to get back on with the task of sharing our accounts of the paranormal again. We'll ...

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  • 7 October 2012 at 11 : 49 AM

    The Haunted Wreck – The River Adur, Shoreham.

    Posted by in Ghosts and Ghouls , Shoreham-by-Sea 0

    Ghosts of a Starving Family. Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex is an ancient place. New Shoreham, which forms the bulk of the village, has origins that stretch back to the time of the Romans, so quite how old that makes Old Shoreham is anyone’s guess. Relics of the past abound in Shoreham; nowhere more so than on the banks of the River Adur, the body of ...

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  • 30 September 2012 at 00 : 52 AM

    Ghosts of Blackpool

    Posted by in Blackpool , Ghosts and Ghouls , North West 0

    Blackpool - Home to the Restless Dead. Blackpool is famed for being a centre of fun and frivolity, attracting millions of people each year to its famous Pleasure Beach, Tower and Pier. However, Britain’s northern capital of fun hides a darker side behind its carefree exterior. Blackpool is one of the most haunted towns in the United Kingdom, playing ...

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  • 18 September 2012 at 00 : 51 AM

    Dear Agnes: Letters From the Dead.

    Posted by in Bristol , Demonic Possessions , Ghosts and Ghouls , Witchcraft and the Occult 0

    Most people consider “trolling” to be one of the less palatable by-products of the multi-media age. The term is heavily associated with modern technology and the concept of “cyber bullying”. However, the reality is that this internet phenomenon actually has roots that stretch deep into the past. The predecessor of trolling was the poison pen ...

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  • 9 September 2012 at 11 : 07 AM

    An American Ghost In London.

    Posted by in Ghosts and Ghouls , London , Stockwell , Teddington 0

    Paranormal Activity Reported at Former US Military Base. During the Second World War, undissolvable bonds were forged between the English speaking nations of the world. The United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand unified in a common cause and have been remained inextricably linked ever since. - Throughout the long, bloody ...

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  • 8 September 2012 at 16 : 31 PM

    Ghosts of Winchester!

    Posted by in Ghosts and Ghouls , South East , Winchester 0

    Haunting Stories From Around Winchester. A trip to Winchester can sometimes feel like a trip into the imagination of J.R.R Tolkein. The ancient city, which was once the capital of Saxon England, has roots stretching back to prehistory, a fact that is evident everywhere. It is a city that is firmly anchored in the distant past - Druids, Romans, Saxons ...

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  • 25 July 2012 at 12 : 47 PM

    The Ghost of Elgar – Fittleworth

    Posted by in Chichester , Ghosts and Ghouls , West Sussex 0

    Edward Elgar is one of England’s most celebrated composers. His work captures the very essence of the nation and has rightly become part of the patriot’s soundtrack for many generations. So great is his legend that the Bank of England bestowed their ultimate honour upon him in 1999 by featuring his likeness on the twenty pound note. - Between 1917 and ...

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  • 25 July 2012 at 12 : 28 PM

    The Ghosts of the River Adur

    Posted by in Ghosts and Ghouls , Shoreham-by-Sea , West Sussex 0

    The River Adur is situated in West Sussex and stretches from Henfield to Shoreham-by-Sea. The watercourse was once a major trade thoroughfare, serving the thriving medieval villages of Steyning, Beeding and Bramber. Its mouth forms the ancient harbour situated at Shoreham, which has pre-Roman origins. Having witnessed the turbulence and traumas of ...

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  • 14 April 2012 at 16 : 47 PM

    Are Aliens Supernatural?

    Posted by in Strange Creatures 2

    Anyone with an active interest in the supernatural or paranormal would serve themselves well by taking a moment to think on what these terms actually mean. Supernatural literally means "outside of nature", whereas paranormal equates to "beyond normal". When used, both terms imply that something falls outside of the normal bounds of human existential ...

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