The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack

When we think of the Victorian era we think of a time os science and the age of reason but running alongside this was  a belief in the Paranormal it was the age of mediums, fortune tellers, Phrenology( the art of reading your fortune through the bumps on your head) Fairies at the bottom of […]

5 Haunted Pubs around London.

Ever fancied a drink in London well here’s 5 pubs famous for being Haunted. No1: The Ten Bells Pub In Spitalfields 84 Commercial Street London E1 6LY The pub was constructed in 1752 and was the centrepiece of the Jack the Ripper case. Which has made the pub famous but this is just one of […]

Raynham Hall and the Lady in Brown

Raynham Hall in Norfolk was built-in 1619 by Robert Townhsend and is believed by many to be one of the most haunted houses in England. And this is all down to the Brown Lady Dorothy Walpole who was  married to Charles 2nd Viscount Townshend  the head of the house of common’s. She died 1726 and […]

Ouija Board

The deadly board game was introduced by Elijah Bond  as a palour game in 1890 for Hasbro.The Ouija board or (Spirit Board) had symbols 0-9 and the words Yes or No and Goodbye written on it.It also comes with a planchette usually a heart shaped one, the players place their fingers on the planchette and […]

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle stands on a rocky outcrop just off the coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Although it stands in ruin today, Dunluce Castle is one of Ireland’s oldest and finest castles. Built in the 14th century, the castle was besieged and defended by rival Irish & British families for generations, because of this […]