Angels who were widely reported as having defended the British Expeditionary Force against overwhelming odds in the first major engagement of the First World War, the Battle of Mons, on Sunday 23 August 1914.
Early modern poltergeist phenomenon reported to have taken place in Bealings House, Suffolk in 1834.
Redirected to Screaming skull.
Reputedly “the most haunted house in England”, described as such by psychic researcher Harry Price. Demolished in 1944.
British Premonitions Bureau
Organisation set up by the psychiatrist John Barker in 1966 in the wake of the Aberfan disaster. Its aim was to collect premonitions from members of the public in the hope of being able to issue warnings about similar tragedies in the future.
Gelatinous substance that exudes from the body of a spiritualist medium during a seance, which the spirits being communicated with are able to mould into shapes allowing them to communicate with the living.
Type of primitive spiritual entity from the pagan past, perhaps the manifestation of a race memory, usually associated with a single place.
Site of supposed paranormal events that occurred in 1716.
Perhaps the best-known of the ghost ships that reportedly haunt British waters.
Mummified body of Hannah Beswick (1688–1758, a wealthy woman with a pathological fear of premature burial.