In 1903, The Folk-Lore Society published its fourth volume in the County Folk-Lore series, collected by M.C. Balfour of Belford, Northumberland. In it, Balfour very aptly named a section ‘Goblindom’, which collated the folk-tales of Northumberland specifically referring to the ‘Little Folk’ that for centuries were a supernatural staple in…Read more
A community hall on the outskirts of Warrington, found itself a hotbed of paranormal discussion this weekend. Rixton-with-Glazebrook played host to the first Weird Weekend North, on the second and third of April 2016. Although the event was held in the North West, we up here in the North East were not…Read more
In early 2005, a number of ‘interesting’ photographs were taken at a private investigation location in Tyne and Wear that in time came to be labelled as evidence of demons by many North East psychics and mediums.
Naturally, this wasn’t the case at all, but it proved to be a really interesting, albeit simple experiment into suggestion…
When it comes to a ghost or ghost-hunting book, Ghostology: The Art of the Ghost Hunter is a tome. A learned book, but not dry. Informational but readable. The product not just of years in the trenches as it were, but of evaluating those trenches and, importantly, thinking about the periphery of those trenches…Read more
Jack Brewer is a respected UFO, alien abduction, & intelligence community researcher and commentator. He is also author of the much lauded blog, The UFO Trail and recent book, The Greys Have Been Framed. Known for his measured perspective on anomalous topics and research, Jack most certainly lives up to the “credible info on incredible topics” tagline…Read more