Monthly Archives: November 2007

>Ghost-hunting in online newspaper archives

>The Guardian and Observer newspapers have made their entire archive available to the general public this month. It costs money, of course, but until the end of the week, one can search for free, so I thought I’d give it … Continue reading

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>Big Cats on the prowl in North Wales

>(Since the bulk of this article is about a previously unrecorded Alien Big Cat, or similar, I hope readers of Uncanny UK will forgive me for copying it from my Haunted Wales blog). One of the two articles recently uploaded … Continue reading

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>The Hound of the Baskervilles and other big Black Dogs

> Malcolm Jones’s account on the Uncanny UK website of a huge, unidentifiable animal he saw in Brymbo, North Wales, recalls mysterious dog-like apparitions that are prevalent throughout British folklore. In Wales these spectres are known as Gwyllgi (translating as … Continue reading

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>Welcome to Uncanny UK

>I hope you had the common sense to stay in on Hallowe’en night and avoid not only the wandering spooks but also the scary gangs of marauding trick-or-treaters. Far safer to stay by your computer and check out instead.If … Continue reading

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