Science has failed to explain such phenomena as ghosts, past life experiences, curses and psychic premonitions. In the world of the paranormal, anything is possible…
The Tron Theatre has plenty of history behind it; it’s been a meeting hall, a place of execution, a police station and a venue for the Hellfire Club until they burned it down in 1793.
The hotel in Glasgow has been the subject of many past ghostly sightings and activity and overlooks Glasgow Cathedral and the Necropolis.
Goodrich Castle is a Norman medieval castle which now lies in ruins. It is situated to the north of the village of Goodrich in Herefordshire, England, and controlled a key location between Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye. Goodrich Castle is one of the best preserved English medieval castles.
Tewkesbury Battlefield was the scene of one of the bloodiest battles in the War of the Roses. It is said to be haunted by those lost souls who died during the battle.
Hermitage Castle is one of the creepiest locations I have visited. Its malevolent ambience a testament to the evil that took place here. The castle stands proud as the Guardhouse of the bloodiest valley in Britain.
The spectral landscape of Britain is littered with an abundance of haunted houses, castles and inns. But the RAF Museum Cosford, where hundreds of aircraft are on show, must surely possess one of the countries most unusual paranormal locations - a haunted Lincoln Bomber, RF398.
Beneath the streets of Westminster in London, there lies a vast labyrinth of rooms and passages, whose origins go back to 1938 when war with Nazi Germany was becoming increasingly likely.
Built in Bristol and designed lay the pioneering Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), SS Great Britain was launched in 1843. At that time, she was the largest ship in the world, a state-of-the-art luxury vessel, designed to carry 252 passengers across the Atlantic.