After previously looking at some of the most well-known hauntings associated with the town and battlefield of Gettysburg, our second…
A rundown of six different tales of haunted locations across the Lancashire resort of Blackpool
During an organised visit to a pumping facility for villagers concerned with flooding, a huge explosion destroyed the facility
In 1836 17 mysterious wooden figurines in miniature coffins were found on Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh. Debate has raged since over who put them there and for what purpose
The site of a defining battle in American history, the Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg has a strong claim to being the most haunted in America
Over a three year period, a beast said to be impervious to bullets and able to walk on two legs like a man killed as many as 113 people in 18th century France
Hebrideans have long claimed the remote Flannan Isles to be haunted, but what caused the strange disappearance of three lighthouse keepers there in 1900?
One of history’s most notorious ‘ghost ships’, what caused the crew of the Mary Celeste to abandon their largely undamaged ship and disappear?
The idea of gnomes began with a type of earth elemental that appeared in 16th century alchemical theory, but modern sightings and even video footage have also emerged
Described as resembling children but with coal-black eyes, these beings are described as intent on tricking their way into homes or cars