Saturday, January 31, 2015

Listen to this unnerving story from a member of staff at No10 Downing Street who tells how in the darkness he 'felt the presence of someone else in the room'
 

If you're of a nervous disposition then make sure you have all the lights on and just check over your shoulder to make sure there really is no one there...

Now you can listen to David's tale of what happened to him at No10 Downing Street. He sounds level-headed, rational, and didn't believe in the supernatural – until his encounter very early one morning in the darkness of the Small Dining Room.

Now he says: "I can’t explain it. It’s something I don’t often relate to people because it still sends shivers up my spine."

David, now Facilities Manager at No10, had just joined the staff when he had his strange encounter. He went in to the Small Dining Room at around 6am to check preparations for an event. He saw that lights had been left on in an adjacent room and went to investigate.

Listen to Audio HERE

CCTV captures woman being pushed to the ground by a ghost (video)

A woman claims to have been pushed to the floor by a ghost after cameras caught her being thrown to the floor despite there being no-one around. 

Cecilia Carrasco, 34, says she felt someone shove her as she walked past the reception desk at her lawyer's office in Santiago, Chile. 

The CCTV footage, which was shown on a local TV report, quickly went viral in her homeland.
Cecilia Carrasco says she felt someone shove her as she walked past the reception desk at her lawyer's office 

She said: 'I hit the ground hard and had to be taken to hospital in an ambulance. 

'I wasn't aware of anybody in front of me as I passed the reception desk talking to a girl, and as I looked towards the receptionist I suddenly felt two pairs of hands shove me over. 
'I hit the floor but when I looked up I couldn't see anybody, and I thought they probably had run off.'

Ms Carrasco said she had never believed in ghosts and is now frightened of leaving the house.

She added: 'When the receptionist told me that there was nobody there, I didn't believe them until they showed me the footage. Now I am convinced that it was a ghost because I felt the hands even though there was nobody around.' 

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Landlord thinks William Shakesspeare in haunting pub


PRIEST and two monks were among the spooky presences detected by ghostbusters at a South Devon pub.

Local group Real Investigators of the Paranormal visited the Jolly Sailor in East Ogwell during the early hours of Sunday after reports of a ghostly figure spotted in the bar.

Landlord and former footballer John Turner called in the ghostbusters because of constant hauntings since he bought the pub.

He said he didn't believe in ghosts until he took over the Jolly Sailor: "It's a friendly ghost, we just want to find out more about him.

"The figure looks a bit like a William Shakespeare type character."

"Now that these discoveries have been made, hopefully we'll be able to find out more about the history of the ghost and where it might have come from."

Read Full Story: Herald Express

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Womans's reports of seeing a monster were not taken seriously

Charmaine Fraser, 41, claims to have seen a Bigfoot near a disused sandstone quarry during a morning walk with her gran’s dog as a child.

She has now gone public on her sighting and wants people to help her prove the existence of the mysterious creatures.

Charmaine, who is orginally from Monikie and now lives in Edinburgh, said she saw the 7ft, black beast with no neck and broad shoulders in Carmyllie in the early 1980s.

She told The Courier: “I was with the dog and we were coming down the path that leads to the track running past the bottom of the property and out to the farm road.

“Just before I got on to the track, the dog stopped suddenly and started to growl, whine and bare her teeth.
“I looked up to see a large black figure further along the track standing with its back to me.

“It was reaching up to a branch on a tree at the side of the track and was tall, of thick build with no neck and wide shoulders.

Read Full Sory: The Courier UK