The Drummer of Tedworth was the first recorded poltergeist report in British history. The 17th century account tells the story of a magistrate, a drummer and a vengeful spirit.
Heard the one about the boy who skipped church and summoned the Devil?
In 1726, when the rest of the country were dealing with periodic harvest failures, Mary Toft sat at home and gave birth to rabbits.
The 400 year old arm, impaled on a meat hook, serves as a warning to all future criminals considering robbing the church.
Not all ghosts are veiled ladies, shrieks in the night or headless horsemen. Some are undead lawyers, tormenting butcher’s stalls in the 17th century.
In life, three things are for certain: Birth, Death and Cheese. The greatest of these is cheese.
The Gloson is not just any normal common or garden ghost pig. The Gloson is special creature...
The 15thof July, St Swithin’s Day. The day when we celebrate our favourite historical Bishop of Winchester and plan our umbrella usage for the next 40 days.
Over a period of seven days, the mysterious stain turned into the clear image of a face. A face that would not disappear, no matter how intensely Maria cleaned.
Framed by poppy fields and arable farming, these chocolate-box villages conceal an ancient evil, deep within their land.