Eerie Britain: ebook
Eerie Britain 2: ebook
Eerie Britain 1 &2: paperback
- Japan: The Woman in the Audience
- The Jersey Devil
- Solved: The Last Photo of Charlie Noonan
- The Jersey Devil and the Big Problem with Paranormal Authors
- Haunted Flat for Rent in Glasgow?
- Tips for Marketing and Promoting your Ebooks
- Ghost Child Appears in Liverpool Orphanage Window
- The SS Ourang Medan: Death Ship (Updated)
- Death and Mystery at the Winchester Mansion
- The Last Photo of Charlie Noonan
- Scary Imgur Album Links and Sources 2
- Scary Imgur Album Links and Sources
- “Oh, right. That.”
- Commas, Lady!
- The Mystery of Elisa Lam and the Cecil Hotel
- The SS Watertown’s Haunting Faces
- Robert the Haunted Doll
- THIS is how you pen a letter of complaint.
- I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie
- Book Dedications
- Another Look at the Voynich Manuscript
- What’s Your Ghost Name?
- The 100 Most Beautiful English Words
- SOLVED: That Hospital-Bed Demon Photo
- The Cooper Falling Body Photograph
- Fat Fiongers
- Wikipedia as a Printed Book
- The Whitstable Shop Poltergeist
- The Cuckoo’s Calling, Marketing and the Literary Lottery
- New Ghost Snap at the Skirrid Mountain Inn
- The Oxford Comma
- Said Bookisms
- Welcome to Wilderness Heights
- Are Poltergeists an Economic Phenomenon?
- Ghostbuster Believes in Ghosts
- Christmas Gift Ideas, #124: Genuine 1842 Vampire Hunter’s Kit.
- Paranormal Glossary
- Willington Mill
- The Ghosts of the Fauld Crater: the UK’s Largest Explosion
- The Burpham Crash: A Mysterious Replay?
- Nan Tuck, the Witch of Tuck’s Wood
- The MacKenzie Poltergeist
- Urban Exploration: New Jersey State Hospital for the Insane
- The Voynich Manuscript
- The Devastating 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
- The Sedlec Ossuary: Church of Human Bones
- The Frank Slide: Death in Crowsnest Pass
- Aokigahara Jukai, Forest of Death
- The Turin Shroud: Probably Definitely Real (Maybe).
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Category Archives: Maritime
The Strait of Malacca has long borne the passage of trading ships. Over the centuries, most of these merchantmen reached their destinations safely, however, one day in the summer of 1947 (or 1948) a forbidding SOS message drifted across the … Continue reading
At the end of 1924, an oil tanker called the SS Watertown sailed from California toward the Panama Canal en route to New Orleans and New York. Although the crew didn’t know it, the tanker’s name would end up being … Continue reading
(Kentin) The strait of Malacca near Sumatra have long borne witness to the passage of trade ships. Ivory, fabrics, perfumes, glassware and precious stones have passed through the strait’s Pacific waters, stowed in countless cargo holds, eventually to settle in … Continue reading