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Thursday, 26 March 2015

In the April issue of Psychic News


Part two of my article on the ghosts of the Tower of London is out now. You can get the magazine from newsagents or you can order it on-line http://www.psychicnews.org.uk/

Monday, 23 March 2015

The Viking ghosts of Ludham Bridge, Norfolk


 Phantom Viking warriors on horseback are said to appear every 2nd April in this area of Norfolk. The raiding party materialises late at night and heads towards the bridge, blowing horns and crackling whips. A herd of terrified ghostly cattle is seen running before them.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

The ghostly knights of Holy Trinity Church, Ingham, Norfolk


According to local legend, two stone knights, Sir Oliver de Ingham and Sir Roger de Bois, are said to wake up once a year (1st of August) and walk down to Stalham Broad where, accompanied by a faithful hound, Sir Roger engages in battle with a Middle Eastern soldier. After defeating him, the two knights return to the church where they resume their sleep for another year. 

Dancing monks are also said to haunt the area.


Sir Roger de Bois. His head rests on the severed head of a Saracen


Sir Oliver de Ingham. He rebuilt the church in the years following the Black Death


Friday, 13 March 2015

The mysterious figure of Skelton-cum-Newby Church, North Yorkshire



This picture above is considered to be one of the most intriguing photos ever taken of an apparition.

The Reverend K.F. Lord took this picture of the altar of his church in North Yorkshire in 1963. When the photograph was developed he was shocked to discover a shrouded figure standing in front of the altar. The Reverend was adamant that he had been alone in the building when the photo was taken.

The photo and negative were thoroughly examined by photographic experts who confirmed that the figure had not been caused by double exposure. There were also no signs that the photo or negative had been tampered with. Further analysis showed the figure to be at least nine feet tall!

The Church of Christ the Consoler had been built as a memorial to Frederick Vyner who, aged 23, was captured and murdered by brigands in Greece in 1870. His mother used the money collected for his ransom to commission the architect William Burges to build the church (constructed between 1871 and 1876) in the grounds of her home at Newby Hall.

The church did not have a reputation as a haunted building prior to the photo being taken. Nor had it been built on the site of an earlier church or religious building. The apparition has not been seen or photographed since. 


Saturday, 7 March 2015

New edition of Ghosts and Spirits this Sunday morning



At 11.00, I'll be joined by Sam Brook - above - on my Ghosts and Spirits Show. Sam will be telling about her life in Egypt, her spiritual side and even her career as a boxer!

So click on the link to hear it www.radiocastle.com

Friday, 6 March 2015

Repeat of the Mustard Show



You can catch a repeat of my appearance on the Mustard Show by clicking here -http://www.mustardtv.co.uk/episode/the-mustard-show-224/

I'm in part 2 talking about the Battle of Waterloo and metal detecting.


Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Back on the Mustard Show!


On the Mustard Show tonight at 6.00. If you live in Norfolk, you can get it on freeview channel 8 or Virgin 159. Or you can catch it on demand by clicking on the link below after the show is broadcast.