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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Graveyard ghosts and traditions

You would expect graveyards to be full of ghosts. However, this is not the case!

There is a tradition that only the spirit of the first person to be buried there is destined to haunt it. Legend claims it has to protect for all eternity the graves of all who are buried after them. 

It's also said that if a person lived a good life, flowers will grow on the grave. If the person was wicked, weeds will grow. 

It's supposed to be bad luck to meet a funeral procession heading towards you. If this can't be avoided then hold onto a button until it passes and that should prevent any bad luck coming your way. Also, a funeral procession should never return from the graveyard the same way it came. This is to prevent the spirit of the deceased from following the living home.

Saturday, 12 April 2014

A repeat of Ghosts and Spirits with Denise Mascherpa and Claire Cobb

This Sunday, tune in at 11.00 to hear a repeat of me interviewing Denise Mascherpa and Claire Cobb - psychic mediums.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Article by John West in Spirituality Matters

I've had an article published about Sandy Ingham - psychic artist - in this month's issue of Spirituality Matters. You can download it here - 

Monday, 7 April 2014

Sandy Ingham - Psychic Artist

Sandy has been a guest on my Ghosts and Spirits Show on a couple of occasions now. I also wrote an article about her for Psychic News. Sandy is an outstanding medium and has a wonderful connection with the World of Spirit. She charges 40 pounds for a reading and 25 pounds for a psychic portrait. Here is her website:

I can well recommend her!

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Sandy Ingham returns to Ghosts and Spirits on Radio Castle

Sandy Ingham - psychic artist - returns to Radio Castle to chat about her work as a medium. Tune in this Sunday morning at 11.00 for an hour.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

The Druid's Stone, Bungay, Suffolk

The Druid's Stone in the grounds of St Mary's Priory has an interesting legend attached to it.
Folklore and local gossip claim that it was used by the druids in religious ceremonies over 2000 years ago. It's also said that you can call up the Devil by dancing around it twelve times. You have been warned!