Mark Rees was the guest on new episode of the Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories podcast
Did I ever tell you about the real-life Scooby-Doo dog who hunted ghosts in Victorian Wales? No? Well, now you can hear all about it in an interview I recorded for the Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast.
Hosts Shelly and Bella were kind enough to invite me on the show to chat about Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives, and lots of other paranormal subjects as well.
Topics included ghost hunting TV shows and Wales’ “most haunted” places.
I narrated some tales from the book, including some pesky farmyard poltergeists and “the two-headed phantom of Abersychan“, and it also gave me a chance to talk about some unpublished yards which failed to make the final book.
I was also allowed to get on my soapbox and have a little rant about one of my pet hates when it comes to some paranormal investigators – those who keep their findings to themselves and refuse to share!
I’ll be writing a full blog post on that soon, but seriously (mini rant warning!) – if everyone is out searching for the same thing, why not work together like one big happy family and help each other?
How can I listen to Mark Rees on the Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories podcast?
It’s episode 39, entitled “Mark Rees – Ghosts of Wales.”
Read more Ghosts of Wales stories
To read more about these tales, and plenty more spine-chilling stories which have gone unseen for more than a century, check out Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives.