Ghost Stories, everyone loves them, yet we find that they can be lost and overlooked by many in the pursuit of evidence or elusive proof. We must not forget where the search begins and WHY we are at the stage of actively researching and seeking out paranormal activity.
This section consists of stories, videos and many different experiences at the grass root level. We hope you enjoy it fully.
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Footage has been released of a 10-inch-tall statue seeming to spin around in circles completely by itself at the Manchester Museum in Manchester, United Kingdom. It happens both in the dead of night and while visitors are in plain view, but the movement isn’t captured by the naked eye.
Instead, time-lapse footage enables viewers to see the striking rotation of the figurine, named Neb-Senu, which dates back to 1800 B.C.
Brigit Sanderson was said to have married her second husband, James Thompson, in 1966 and both settled into a flat in the city of discovery, Dundee. James unfortunately lost his mother at the tender age of eight, deeply attached to her memory, he held her deep in his heart.
It was during the spring of 1970, after having their first son, the couple decided to sleep in the sitting room due to the fireplace being located here and the cold spring weather. The baby in the pram and Brigit & James on the bed settee, this would do nicely as a temporary solution. What was about to transpire would send more shivers Brigits way…..
The River Severn is one of Britain’s greatest rivers. The high concentration of local haunted dwellings has a fascinating explanation that challenges the common theory and understanding of the strange activity. CJ Romer and Dr. Serena Roney-Dougal.
I stayed at Castle of Park over Christmas for a week with my husband a few years back. It was the scariest and most nerve-racking time ever. From the time we arrived, there was a menacing atmosphere about the place.
Some of the things happening were hearing of footsteps rushing down the stairs, a feeling of being watched and the downstairs kitchen stairs were avoided because there was such an eerie atmosphere…. Continue reading →
How would you act if faced with blatant paranormal activity, especially if such was happening at the young age of thirteen. Would you think that you were hallucinating, that it could not possibly be. I mean, after all, we have been conditioned to THINK that the afterlife does not exist while discounting millions of witness reports.
Good job the above happened with three other people then, one guy being 15 years old and the other, a year above me at just 14 years. I am at this point going to change their names, to protect their identity as they have not said they wish to be announced as witnesses to the events. Not that Arnold, the 15-year-old who lived there with his parents or Watty, my good buddy who lived near me, would mind in the slightest knowing them.
It’s a long time since I last wrote to you to tell you what had happened in Kilchurn Castle last august. We were touring in Scotland and we stopped there to pay a visit to this castle. I must tell you that my friend has some skills to feel when there is something strange! He is, what we call in France, a medium. he often sees orbs on pictures he takes and in these orbs we can see faces.
In 2005, ITV Granada appealed for those whose lives had been affected by ghostly experiences to contact the station regarding production of a paranormal series.The series was broadcast by ITV in 2006, and was later shown on American cable channel WE tv in September 2007. The series featured drama reconstructions of ghostly encounters of some well-known haunted locations as well as individual cases not known to paranormal enthusiasts. Featured in episode three were interviews with resident Most Haunted Live! historian and Most Haunted: Midsummer Murders presenter Lesley Smith. The series was narrated by Rob Brown.
Haunted Scotland brings you this public domain video from what is an excellent show, be warned though, it is edge of seat stuff. Like all videos from external sources, they are here under fair use for critique and public interest.
This particular incident happened in about 2006. I was at the time not working, and so spent quite a lot of time at home during the day. I had a heavy cold which may or may not be relevant (not sure it is relevant, but I remember it being the case). On the day in question I had woken up early (6am) and put the bedside lamp on to read. Not something I did every day at that time, which has always seemed very significant to me.