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Here at Uncanny UK, we are always pleased to receive genuine accounts of encounters with the supernatural.
Perhaps you have seen a ghost, glimpsed a fairy or caught sight of a strange creature prowling through the countryside.
If you have had a weird experience, or can report one had by a relative, we’ll be very interested to hear about it. Uncanny UK is the place to record previously undocumented supernatural encounters.
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Author Archives: richard
According to comedian Jason Mansford, William Terriss, the famous Adelphi Theatre ghost, has utilised 21st century communications technology to make his presence known again. A fascinating first-hand account of a new sighting of one of London’s best-known ghosts unexpectedly cropped … Continue reading
One of my favourite ghost stories from Wales is also one of the oldest on record. The action takes place in an ancient house at Llanrhidian on the Gower. It’s a truly bizarre and rather disturbing account of a, so … Continue reading
From P G Maxwell-Stuart’s excellent book on ‘Poltergeists’ comes this extract (in translation) from the works of Ralph of Coggeshall about a Suffolk poltergeist which manifested some time between 1189 and 1199. “At Dagworth in Suffolk during the reign of … Continue reading
The following story of a Ceredigion witch comes from ‘Coelion Cymru’ (‘Welsh Superstitions’) by Evan Isaac, published in 1938. The book is in Welsh and I am grateful to my friend Rose Smith for the translation. I’ve often wanted to … Continue reading
Here is the conclusion of an absorbing account of an Essex haunted house near a ruined abbey. Things only get worse for the beleaguered couple and we also learn of experiences had by others in the village. I’m very grateful … Continue reading
As a Christmas treat, here is a fascinating account of an Essex haunted house that may have been affected by the close proximity of a ruined abbey. The reader who kindly recounted her experiences wishes to remain anonymous and has … Continue reading
Uncanny UK editor Richard Holland highlights a few of the many haunted pubs in England, concentrating on those found between two mediums, land and water. Britain’s old inns are famously haunted. I’ve noticed that waterside pubs seem especially prone to … Continue reading
SEAN MCNEANEY completes his review of the ghosts to be encountered on Lincolnshire’s haunted roads, with particular reference to the infamous A15. Sightings of the ubiquitous phantom coach and horses have become increasingly rarer since the advent of the motor car, … Continue reading
Lolcal folklorist SEAN McNEANEY starts a tour of Lincolnshire’s haunted roads, including the weird Green Man Pit ghost. Two friends of mine recently told me of their encounter on the road with what they could only describe as a “ghost”. It … Continue reading
MARK DAVIES treats us to another investigation of monstrous goings-on in Sussex, this time focusing on the dragons of St Leonard’s Forest. Whilst researching the Dragons of the South of England, one particular location immediately stood out for me – … Continue reading