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Friday, 27 February 2015

Latest article in Psychic News



The March issue of Psychic News is now out. This month, my feature on the ghosts of the Tower of London.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

On the BBC



You can catch the repeat of my interview on the BBC by clicking here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02h96zb - I'm in the first 15 minutes. 

I was chatting about hauntings in Norfolk. 

Monday, 16 February 2015

Filming at Landguard Fort in Suffolk

Yesterday, I was at Landguard Fort to film a short film about the ghosts said to haunt there. A big thank you Stuart and Eileen of East Media for filming it and another big thank you to Sharon Elliot, psychic medium, for taking part. Here are some pictures taken on the day.


With Stuart and Eileen


With Sharon



Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Appearing on BBC Radio Norfolk



I'm appearing on Thursday's Matthew Gudgin show on BBC Radio Norfolk at approx 4.10 to chat about ghosts and time slips. 

Monday, 9 February 2015

The ghosts of Barsham, Suffolk


Barsham's main claim to fame is that Lord Nelson's mother, Catherine Suckling, was born here in 1725. It can also claim a haunted church!

Footsteps have been heard in the chancel and the apparition of a lady dressed in Georgian clothes has been seen in the building. Lights have also been known to switch themselves on and off on their own. Some claim the phantom to be the ghost of Nelson's mother. Why she should haunt the church - if it is indeed her - has yet to be explained.

The churchyard is also haunted by the figures of people in medieval dress. A nearby plague pit is held to be the reason why the spirits still linger here. 

The nearby rectory has a room - with a priest hole - which is claimed to be haunted by ghostly lights and footsteps. A poltergeist also moves objects in other parts of the rectory.

Finally, a phantom coach and horses - headless of course - is said to appear in the village every Christmas Eve. It makes for Hassets Tower in Norwich and is said to carry members of the Blennerhassett family. The coach returns to the village before sunrise. 

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Walking on a grave



It has always been considered unlucky to walk on a grave. Not only was it thought disrespectful but you also risked being grabbed by the spirit of the person buried there. Pregnant women were also advised not to walk over graves as it could result in their child being born with a club foot.


Saturday, 31 January 2015

Sunday morning music with me on Radio Castle




Classic tunes from your past and mine on www.radiocastle.com. Music includes, Queen, Beatles, Elvis, Chicago, Dr Hook and the Monkees.