Monthly Archives: June 2011

Nessie surfaces again

According to an article in the Inverness Courier there has been a fresh sighting of the Loch Ness Monster. Hurrah! A local couple who run a newsagent and cafe near the loch saw something dark-coloured and with a long neck … Continue reading

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New haunted house in Lincolnshire

And I do mean new – disturbing hauntings kicked off 18 months after it was built. Not a typical poltergiest situation, in that apparitions were seen from the off and there were no children in the house. I received a … Continue reading

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Cameras spooked during Tamworth Castle investigation

Apologies to Kevin Hiatt for the delay in uploading here the information he sent me about a ghost hunt he took part in with colleagues from the Imagine Group at¬†Tamworth Castle in Staffordshire. He’s curious as to why four cameras … Continue reading

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Scary stuff in the latest Phenomena Magazine

The June edition of Phenomena Magazine is another corker, with lots of juicy stuff for ghost fans to get their teeth into. In particular there’s an in-depth report by co-editor Steve Mera of an investigation he carried out near Manchester, … Continue reading

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Getting high – the witches’ flying ointment

What went into the legendary flying ointment believed to have been used by witches in the Middle Ages? And did it make you fly, or merely go on ‘trips’? Former chemist and award-winning science journalist Mark Greener explains that the … Continue reading

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