HAUNTED SOCIAL HOUSING

SOCIAL HOUSING HAUNTS The rationalist ghost hunter Andrew Green (1927-2004) was employed for five years between 1980-1985 by several local authorities in the south of England looking into cases of hauntings reported by occupiers and tenants in social housing. He...

THE OUIJA BOARD

by Alan Murdie Depending upon your point of view, the ouija board is either a parlour game which taps into the unconscious mind, a legitimate way of contacting the spirit world or a dangerous practice that exposes users to malevolent...

GEF THE TALKING MONGOOSE

Illustration of ‘Gef’ (1936) from the Haunting of Cashen’s Gap by Price and Lambert GEF THE TALKING MONGOOSE "You can think as you like," said the monk, with a faint smile. "I exist in your imagination, and your imagination is part...

THE WEM GHOST PHOTOGRAPH EXPOSED

The dwindling pool of credible ghost photographs has been reduced yet further, with another ‘classic image’ succumbing to normal explanation  - a hoax. The famous Wem Town Hall ghost girl was allegedly captured in a photograph on November 19th 1995...

THE HANNATH HALL POLTERGEIST

Hannath Hall poltergeist case begins like the start of a classic ghost or horror story. One stormy evening in 1957 a local newspaper reporter from Peterborough was  suddenlystranded by a car breakdown near Hannath Hall, in the Cambridgeshire Fens. ...

COLOMBIAN POLTERGEISTS

‘Just like the others’….Colombian poltergeists and two predictions for researchers   The late Scott Rogo stated in his book The Poltergeist Experience (1979):  All through the study of the poltergeist we have seen how fickle it is. If it is called a...