She’s brought fresh spirit to the Royal Family – but Kate Middleton also has to shack up with some old ghosts.
Kensington Palace, where she lives in London with new husband Prince William, is rumoured to be haunted. And now bosses are opening up the historic home – first bought by King William III and [...]Continue Reading →
Q&A with investigator Kris Williams
Danielle Turchiano LA TV Insider Examiner July 6, 2011
Ghost Hunters International isn’t about whether or not paranormal activity exists.
How did you get involved in this line of work?
K.W.: I had always had an interest in the paranormal, I was offered the ghosts hunts job.
Were [...]Continue Reading →
By M’Liss Hinshaw | Published Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The woman bumped into me and the first thing I noticed was the five-pointed pentagram on her necklace, a possible witch. I was in Salem, Massachusetts, home of the famous witch trials.
I walked to the Witch Trials Memorial and passed shops offering [...]Continue Reading →
This year, the State will introduce the scary-world of supernatural and ghosts! A cultural festival where ghosts are the highlights of the event.
With interest in the supernatural spreading, and ghost hunting or paranormal tourism sky-rocketing worldwide, this may not be a bad idea at all.
Ghost tourism has boomed [...]Continue Reading →
Q. Do the guides actually believe the stories they tell? Are they based on actual local lore, or simply made up by the tour company?
A. I wouldn’t necessarily say they’re fun, however, sometimes the guide will dress up in creepy clothes and carry a lantern to try [...]Continue Reading →
edmontonjournal.com May 29, 2011
Which witches do you consider were the most notorious; Salem or Pendle Hill; 1692 or 1612; USA or UK?
Please let us have your comments in the box below this blog.
Get a load of this, ghost hunters:-
“Salem, Massachusetts is back in the news for paranormal reasons 319 years after [...]Continue Reading →
Personally, I am extremely sceptical of the events that occur on some TV shows, they look highly dramatised and unbelievable to me and not genuine paranormal activity, but despite this we have always been fascinated by the location of Pendle Hill and wanted to visit it to see for ourselves.
As we have discussed in [...]Continue Reading →
Frank Watson lets you into a secret!
Not only do I organise ghost hunts but I write as well, not about ghost hunts I must add, well not at the moment, although something paranormal may creep in, but for the future I have one or two ideas.
Well I’m told that summer is almost upon [...]Continue Reading →
BY DONNA SHARPE 24 May, 2011 04:00 AM
THEY might believe in the Holy Ghost but members of the Morpeth Anglican Parish Council seem to have a different take on ghosts in their historic village.
In what has been described as “mean spirited” the council has asked Morpeth Ghost and History Tours owner Troy Murphie [...]Continue Reading →
Set in Lancashire, England, during the infamous witch trials of 1612, Daughters of the Witching Hill reveals the true story of Bess Southerns, aka Old Demdike, cunning woman, healer and the most notorious of the Pendle Witches, and of Alizon Device, her granddaughter, struggling to come to terms with her family’s troubling legacy. Though [...]Continue Reading →