Science has failed to explain such phenomena as ghosts, past life experiences, curses and psychic premonitions. In the world of the paranormal, anything is possible…
As you drive along the narrow country road that runs between Bramfield and Bulls Green, about 300 yards from the Tewin Hill turn off, you come across a small solitary wooden post by the side of the road, surrounded by encroaching woodland. The post has the words "Clibbons Post" carved into it, along with the date Dec 28 1782.
The Battle of Bosworth was fought on 22 August 1485 between the forces of Richard III, the last Plantagenet King of England, and the troops assembled under the banner of Henry Tudor, the Earl of Richmond. It was the decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses.
London's famous Theatre Royal is said to be haunted by the ghost of John Baldwin Buckstone, an actor and playwright from the mind 1800's
Fay Merryweather, a stewardess aboard Tri-Star 318 on a routine flight from New York to Miami, was terrified by what she saw... Who or what was the ghostly apparition.
Near the town of Lyme Regis in Dorset, there is a farm house. The farmhouse is all that is left of an old mansion, Colway Manor, most of which was destroyed in the English Civil Wars.
Beautiful homes often hold dark secrets. Longleat House, near Warminster in Wiltshire, is a splendid stately home, famous for its Renaissance architecture. It is also famous for being haunted.
Blickling Hall is a site with a dark and mysterious history. A site that boasts not one, but two frightening ghosts - not to mention the headless horses that accompany them!
Hastings Castle was the first Normal castle to be constructed in England by William of Normandy after his victory at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
In 1891 a photograph of Lord Combermere's ghost was taken by Sybell Corbet and is generally regarded by some as one the best ghost photos ever taken.
The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall, Norfolk, is one of the most famous hauntings in Britain because of the strange shape captured by photographers from 'Country Life' magazine in 1936.