‘There’s a clown in my graveyard, what am-ah-gonna-do?’ the people of Birkenhead once yelled in the early 1990s. Or at least they would have done if they were particularly big UB40 fans.
Spectral spaniel or fake Fido? You decide...
See them walking hand in hand across the bridge at midnight...
The first Ghost Train on record was not a glitzy Disney invention, but a far more humble, home-grown affair.
In 1940, psychical investigator and ghost hunter Harry Price produced an account of his stays and studies at Borley Rectory. The book was called ‘The Most Haunted House in England.’ And for a time, the Price was right.
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.
Are Poundland selling a cut-price Ouija board? Better grab our pitch forks, protect the kiddiewinks and alert the local press. The demon apocalypse awaits!
The long and delightful tradition of going ‘wooooo’ in cemeteries to frighten passers-by is a rarely celebrated phenomenon.
In 1960, Dorothy Jenkins was perusing a junk shop in Fulham when an old oil painting caught her eye...
Can’t a spirit enjoy a little self-love after death?