Mooching around youtube, I found Shane's video talking about his grandmother's ghost he saw one night. It's not long and there are a couple of funny moments in it. What else has grandma seen?
You still have the chance to visit the unique 11th World Ghost Convention on 28th October over in Cork.
The event will be officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Cork and international speakers will be present talking about all manner of supernatural topics.
Cork City Gaol
For more information email: [email protected]
This video is of a young lady wrestling with the dilemma of choosing to take her dream job. She is wondering whether going through the stress of being a mbedium for a ghost hunting group would be worth it.
Sandwell Council has just released a press release about a spooky visitor at Manor House. It is a Grade 1 listed building which is known to date back to the 13th century.
There are three ghosts that have been seen in the past (and with such an old building this doesn’t seem that surprising) but the latest sighting occurred in the toilets. The hand dryer turned on and no-one was around. The dryer activates by someone putting their hands under it. There was no one around.
Other incidents include footsteps and a bang on the floor. Even though the lights go off and on mysteriously and there are strange bangs and knocks, the staff all believe the ghosts are friendly.
Have a look at their website for more information and a photo of a ghost! http://www.sandwell.gov.uk…
Don't you just love Freedom of Information Requests? Local bodies have to answer them and there is no better way to find out what is really going on…
There have been two supernatural type Freedom of Informaiton Requests which have stood out over the last few months. My favourite asked has to be, is Leicester City Council ready for a Zombie invasion. I know I'm not, so my interest was piqued at what Leicester Council's plan was. Surely there would be some great tips there for when the virus hits?
I'm sorry to say if you live in Leicester, it is time to batten down the hatches. They admit that their readiness is poor. Never mind according to Ed Thurlow, from www.terror4fun.com, a zombie invasion is unlikely.
My next freedomof Information story is based in Lancashire and South Ribble. Ghosts have been reported as causing accidents as well as other denizens of the supernatural. In August 2006 a car crash was caused by what the passenger believed was a ghost but the driver thought was a rabbit.
In the same request to the police it was noted that in 2009 “a ball with a green flash of light about 15ft long and about 100ft up in the air” was seen.
The green lantern perchance?