We have a couple of famous haunted houses on the paranormal radar, we've got listeners stories from Gary, Debbie & Tony and Lil visits several haunted locations in the historic market town of Colchester.
This episode we speak to Author and Paranormal Investigator Alan Tigwell about his book, Ghosts In The Garden Of England, share some of our favourite stories from the book, discuss his Ouija board collection and some of the myths and folklore surrounding talking boards.
An interesting picture from Wales and yet another appearance from Jack the 300 year old pirate ghost on the paranormal radar. We’ve got listeners stories from Deborah, Alli, Sara & Debbie, and we visit the small Norfolk Village of Syderstone in search of a haunted parsonage.
Listeners paranormal stories from Heather, Scott and 'A', a paranormal pup and an unusual house for sale on the paranormal radar, there's been some more odd goings on at KOFY HQ and we visit Warwick Castle for this months paranormal postcard adventure.
It's all aboard the ghost train on this paranormal radar and a man in Gloucestershire suspects his shed might be haunted! We have listener’s stories from Kelly, Chris & Juliet and we take another trip across the Fens to Norfolk where Fitz has an interesting encounter at Thetford Priory and we risk the wrath of the Phantom Rabbit at Thetford Warren Lodge.
On the paranormal radar we find out who you call if there is something strange in your neighbourhood, as long as it is in the West Midlands and we learn about the strange goings on at a haunted bakery. We have listeners paranormal experiences from Ian, Natalie and Elena and we follow the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots by visiting Fotheringhay Church and Castle as well as the Talbot hotel in Oundle. Fortunately we managed to keep our heads!
A ghost caught on camera and something a little outside of our usual purview on the paranormal radar. We've got listeners stories from Memo, Natalie & Wendy and we get hands-on with some haunted objects when we sit down for a chat with Emma and Colin of Cambridgeshire Ghost Research.