A variety of ghosts are to be found in the houses, castle, inns, moors, lochs and ruins of Haunted Scotland. Scotland has always been a divided nation and its history is spattered with the blood of countless conflicts.
Vestiges of Scotland's st
Death is something that shrouded Queen Victoria for most of her life- following her from childhood. Like many of her subjects, Victoria was caught up in the craze for spiritualism that swept the country during the early part of her reign. Bucki
The Reign of Terror was a period of the French Revolution from September 5, 1793, to July 27, 1794. With civil war spreading from the Vendée and hostile armies surrounding France on all sides, the Revolutionary government decided to make “Terro
Tucked away behind residential streets in the heart of Lurgan lies the centuries old Shankill Graveyard. As you creep through its wrought iron gate you will discover sinking tombstones with chilling stories to share- of a woman who lived once b
In today's podcast I chat with Donald Molnar, MD- a practicing internal medicine hospital-based physician who is also interested in the existence of the afterlife. He started investigating for spirits and ghosts in 2012 and in 2018 he launched
Everywhere through history you can see the scars of witch trials. Sweden is no different.
In today's episode we explore the Torsåker witchcraft trials of 1668- 1676 and the mark it has left on the present with Easter celebrations- a seemingly
Roy Jenkins concludes in his biography of Sir Winston Churchill that:
.....Churchill, with all his idiosyncracies, his indulgences, his occasional childishness, but also his genius, his tenacity and his persistent ability (to be) larger than li
In today's podcast we step into the lives of some of the world's greatest literary writers. We explore their experiences of death and the afterlife and how in some cases this set them on new paths of exploration. As Beth March stated in the nov
A little over a year ago Haunted History Chronicles Podcast began and here we are with the beginnings of season 3. In this short introduction I have incredibly exciting information to share as well as some quick messages for all of you.
In today’s episode we explore the story of a young girl caught up in the political conflicts of her time. It would see her rise to the highest echelon of Queen (a position she held for nine days.)
Lady Jane Grey would lose everything.... inclu
And so we reach the last strike of the clock, as we enter the Witching Hour.
In A Christmas Carol the Ghost of Christmas Future is introduced as an ominous and silent figure, "...a solemn Phantom, draped and hooded, coming, like a mist along t
"Most of all beware this boy, for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the writing be erased." A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens.
As the clock next strikes we take a look at Ghosts of the Present and the warning that Dickens ha
The events of the past are but shadows. In Charles Dicken's creation A Christmas Carol The Ghost of Christmas Past is a strange, otherworldly creature which shimmers and flickers like a candlelight- in it's hand the Ghost holds a branch of holl
Joining me in today's episode is Gina- one half of the double act we know on the podcast as Haunted History BC https://hauntedhistorybc.com.
We are going to be exploring the resurrectionists, crime and punishment and a variety of other topics
In 1665 a tailor from Eyam ordered a box of materials relating to his trade from London. He unwittingly triggered a terrifying and deadly chain of events that would lead to 260 recorded deaths.
Between the first death and the last, the villager
In the autumn of 1888 a series of brutal murders in the East End of London sent shock waves reverberating around the world. In today's podcast we explore what it was like living in the East End during the so- called 'autumn of terror;' we explo
Borley Rectory was a house famous for being "the most haunted house in England" after being described as such by psychic researcher Harry Price. With tales of Borley’s ghosts first emerging as far back as 1863 it has a vast history with the par
Abbeys and priories around the world with their ivy-clad ruins have stirred the imagination of many eighteenth and nineteenth century authors of Gothic fiction, drama and poetry. Some monasteries in fact have tales of ghosts and demons that dat
Joining me today is Allison Jornlin a leading haunted history researcher, Fortean researcher, writer and spooky history tour guide in Milwaukee to discuss how women were largely responsible for building the foundations of paranormal research. W
Joining me today is Aoife Sutton a doctoral researcher in archaeological and forensic sciences at the University of Bradford. Her research interests include death and dying, embalming, human remains in museums, and death in archaeology. We disc
When the Romans first sighted Britain they reported that it was shrouded in fog and mist. A damp, rainy, sinister island. An island of ghosts.
For centuries world famous monuments like Stonehenge have been revered as a place of immense spiritua
What is it about lighthouses that seem to make them ideal settings for residual hauntings?
Perhaps it is the age of many of these magnificent structures- perhaps it is the isolation of the lighthouse keepers themselves who would often be cut of
Have you ever been out along a road or near a crossroad and seen something from the corner of your eye that is not there the next time you look? Maybe you brushed this aside as something you imagined you saw. Maybe the truth is something else…
The ghoulish manifestations of countless ghastly acts wander the streets of Oxford.
In today's episode take a journey with me around some of Oxford's haunted locations to hear just some of these haunting tales.
Thank you for listening.
Joining me today is Cherise Williams- a paranormal investigator, tarot card reader and witchcraft practitioner. Cherise is passionate about the paranormal and has over 15 years of ghost hunting under her belt independently and as part of teams.