Do poltergeists haunt places or do they haunt people? British Paranormal discusses the now famous case of the Cardiff Poltergeist, a well documented intelligent haunting that centered on a car service station and was witnessed by many people. The poltergeist’s behaviour was interactive, responsive and wide-roaming, but most all it seemed to focus on one particular person, following him from place to place. The case of the Cardiff Poltergeist is among the most convincing pieces of evidence available that demonstrates paranormal activity, but it also raises some uncomfortable questions about just how intelligent ghosts can be.
It is often the case that folklore-based supernatural stories have some strong moralizing element to them intended to prevent their listeners from engaging in undesirable behavior. This is especially true when it comes to the Welsh legend of Mud Maids (also known as Fenyw Afon). This supernatural creature punishes the intoxicated by using their own best intentions against them. British Paranormal explores this unusual legend and asks whether there could be any truth at all to their existence.