Monthly Archives: September 2012

Spooks on wheels

I’ve come a bit late to mentioning the latest edition of Phenomena Magazine – indeed I’m about on deadline to write another article. I’ve just started a short series under my ‘Spookology’ headline on ghostly modes of transport. They are … Continue reading

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I’m at Dickensian Hauntings event

I’ll be taking part in a Dickensian Hauntings event in London at the end of the month. The major event celebrates the Victorian novelist’s contribution to the ghost story genre with writers, artists and performance artists coming together for what promises … Continue reading

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How Doctor Who sparked our imaginations

Richard Thomas, a young journalist from South Wales, has just published his own book on Kindle showcasing some of his best essays and interviews from the magazine ‘Sci-Fi Worlds’. It’s called ‘Sci-Fi World – Doctor Who, Doomwatch, Battlestar Galactica and … Continue reading

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Haunted Hostelries of Shropshire by Andrew Homer

Now here’s a book that’s bound to grab my attention: I’m interested in ghosts, I love old pubs and Shropshire is one of my favourite counties. Shropshire is one of the nearest English counties to my base in North-East Wales … Continue reading

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Thirteen disturbing historical paintings

You can see the selection from Mental Floss here:

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