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: Strange Places
I’m fascinated by the Pine Barrens and have been since I first learned about the place years ago. This huge expanse of forest smothers a large chunk of southern New Jersey and, within it, all manner of unnerving stories reside. … Continue reading
I have a guest article up at Hayley Stevens’ excellent blog about the Jersey Devil and the how generally terrible ghost books’ research is. It’s an interesting topic and a great blog so go check it out. Let’s start with North America’s … Continue reading
This was noticed by an eagle-eyed user of a busy forum. Other than a particularly monstrous estate agent, I have no idea what could cause such an unnerving shadow. Feel free to leave your theories below, rational or irrational. For more research into real-life cases please … Continue reading
This is currently one of The Mirror’s most popular stories – probably due to it being published on Friday the 13th. I’ve seen a lot of supposed ghost photographs and, honestly, this is one of the worst. I can’t even … Continue reading
Madness, séances, death, ghosts, guns, strange symbolism, architecture directed by terror—Sarah Winchester’s San Jose home ticks a Hell of a lot of bizarre boxes. Even if you aren’t interested in the paranormal, the house is such an intriguing and unique … Continue reading
Wales’ Skirrid Mountain Inn is no stranger to weird and wonderful goings-on, and now a new photograph has reignited this aged hostelry’s infamous reputation. Elaine Williams, Medium Leigh Gameson, and some friends stayed overnight there recently, conducting an investigation into … Continue reading
There’s a rather interesting post up at the blog Not Yet Published concerning the rather nefarious Dr. Linda Burfield Hazzard. She ran a nightmarish hospital called Wilderness Heights in the early 1900s, specialising in fasting. I hadn’t heard of her before, and … Continue reading