According to a Get Surrey (31/10/2014) article by Natasha Solomon entitled ‘Ghosts of girls, donkey and bus – paranormal sightings in Surrey’, a driver had a strange experience on the A324 heading toward Pirbright,...
The Albion is a pub that can be found on Upper Gate Street in the old and historic town of Conwy. It was built in around 1925, on the site of two older inns, to be a modern building in the style of the day.
When Andy first got in touch regarding his new book I was intrigued by the concept of a paranormal book which contained a collection of stories from what I consider to be one of the most reliable forms of evidence – Police Statements.
Elliott O’Donnell in his ‘Haunted Churches’ (1939) refers to the following story associated with St Peters Church, Rushton. ‘A church, no longer in existence*, that, according to tradition, was once haunted by at least two ghosts, was St.
The church of St Mary in Prestbury may be as old as the 12th century, though it was largely rebuilt in the 14th century and then went through a period of thorough restoration in the 1860’s. The church is associated with one of Prestbury’s ghosts, the Black Abbot.
Champion jockey Fred Archer grew up at The Kings Arms as his father was the landlord there between 1861 and 1873. Prior to this his mother’s father was the landlord. Archer is associated with haunting Newmarket Racecourse and possibly around The Kings Arms which is now a carvery.
‘Another form of spectre animal is the kirk-grim, which is believed to haunt many churches. Sometimes it is a dog, sometimes a pig, sometimes a horse, the haunting spectre being the spirit of an animal buried alive in the churchyard for the purpose of scaring away the sacrilegious.
‘There is the popular legend of the ‘Radiant Boy’ — a strange boy with a shining face, who has been seen in certain Lincolnshire houses and elsewhere. This ghost was described to Mr. Baring-Gould by a Yorkshire farmer, who, as he was riding one night to Thirsk, suddenly saw pass by him a ‘radiant boy’ on a white horse.