Car accidents are, sadly, a normal occurrence on Britain’s A3 highway. But there was nothing normal about a crash that took place on it in 2002... On the evening of 11th December, Surrey Police’s annual Christmas party was interrupted by calls from multiple witnesses reporting a probable car crash on the A3. They said they… Continue reading Did a ghost crash his car on the A3 in Guildford?
This week I’m getting in the spirit of Halloween by investigating the mysterious Meon Hill, on the edge of the Cotswolds in Warwickshire. It’s a place of Satanic legends, phantom black dog sightings, alleged witches and shadowy pitchfork-wielding killers. Anyone fancy pitching a tent there on October 31st? Meon Hill is nestled between the sleepy… Continue reading Witches, phantom dogs and pitchfork killers… Welcome to Meon Hill
Howdy! Next week I'll be on Canadian online radio station, Spaced Out Radio, talking to host Dave Scott about UFOs, conspiracies, time travel and general weirdness. Eeeek! I'm nervous and excited but I'm sure it'll be great fun — for me and for listeners! The interview, I'm told, will last two hours and Dave wants my… Continue reading I’m going to be on Spaced Out Radio! October 25th Pacific Time, October 26th London Time
Hampton Court Palace in Greater London is famous for its ghosts, but there’s never been any hard evidence—only eyewitness sightings. That is, until 2003, when a ghost dubbed ‘Skeletor’ popped up on the palace’s CCTV... In the early 1500s, Hampton Court was built by Cardinal Wolsey for King Henry VIII and became the king’s favourite… Continue reading Ghost caught on CCTV at Hampton Court Palace
The most famous ghost in the UK is that of the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, whose image was allegedly captured by photographers from Country Life magazine. Who is she? Is Raynham Hall really haunted by her ghost? Or is the photo a fake? The first recorded sighting of the Brown Lady was… Continue reading Britain’s most famous ghost – the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
Loch Ness in Scotland is a hotbed of intrigue, mostly because of copious alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately dubbed ‘Nessie’. A little further investigation reveals that Loch Ness has also played host to poltergeists, the famous Taos Hum, birds going berserk and time travel. So just what is going on at Loch… Continue reading The truth about Loch Ness – time travel and the Taos Hum
Did you know that the ghost of a little boy makes a brief appearance in Disney’s popular 80s comedy Three Men and a Baby? Apparently he used to live in the apartment where they filmed, and committed suicide with a shotgun… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPEvJrs-1yM Notice anything strange about the scene above? As Ted Danson and his character’s… Continue reading Haunting the set – the ‘Three Men and a Baby’ ghost
Perhaps the upcoming reboot of the classic horror trilogy, Poltergeist, isn't such a wise idea. JoBeth Williams, star of the first two movies, reveals a possible reason why the cast of the original trilogy were stalked by death in one of Hollywood's most notorious curses. For those of you who need catching up, the idea that some Hollywood… Continue reading The truth behind the Poltergeist curse – real dead bodies were used during filming