Earlier this month I found myself in the unfortunate position of having no choice but to suffer as a radio presenter fired ghost anecdote after ghost anecdote at me. He’d collected them from his listeners and then demanded that I solve them right there on the other end of the telephone while live in air with no prior warning. It was unfair, dull and after the third time that I politely reminded him I couldn’t answer the cases being presented to me because that’s not how this works I’d had enough and regretted agreeing to go on the show in the first place. Continue reading The “Explain That” Game
I started blogging about seven or eight years ago and in that time many people have found the things I write about to be offensive, usually because I criticise or disagree with ideas they believe are true. Some people have written to people I was employed by to demand I be fired from my previous jobs, others have threatened to harm me if I didn’t take down what I had written and I’ve had more fake legal threats sent my way than I can remember… all because they found what I had said to be offensive. Continue reading The Shirt That Matt Wore
When I saw that ‘Seeing Fairies – From the Lost Archives of the Fairy Investigation Society‘ by Marjorie T Johnson had been published I bought a copy and read it immediately. My first love will always be ghosts, and monsters come in at a close second (I love you, Nessie!), but there is something about fairies that has always interested me. Continue reading Have You Seen A Fairy? Share Your Experience!
Ross Hodgson offers his paranormal investigation services for free to those who live in the Surrey area. He told Get Surrey: “People contact us through the website if they think something paranormal is going on. They call us in and we get evidence for them.” Continue reading Ghosts Attracted To Flooded Surrey: Water Load Of Nonsense