I hosted a Ghosts of Wales paranormal party in Swansea, and things got a bit spooky…

Anyone see a ghost? Author Mark Rees at the Ghosts of Wales preview party during Swansea Fringe Festival. Photo by Gayle Marsh.

Anyone see a ghost? Author Mark Rees at the Ghosts of Wales preview party during Swansea Fringe Festival. Photo by Gayle Marsh.

A huge thank you to everyone who came along, and helped make a success, of my paranormal party at the Grand Hotel during the Swansea Fringe Festival.

The Ghosts of the Grand was a chance to tell some ghastly stories, to do a little ghost hunting, and even catch a spot of spooky belly dancing (yes, spooky belly dancing).

Oh, and there was a ghost in the room with us as well, which was… unexpected. See if you can notice it in the photos.

If anyone would like to get in touch with, or hear more from, the amazing people involved, you can track them down here:

Mark Rees with the Lotus Sisters folkloric belly dancers at the Ghosts of Wales preview at Swansea Grand Hotel. Photo by Gayle Marsh.

 

Anyone see a ghost? At the Ghosts of Wales book preview, Swansea Grand Hotel

 

Storyteller Owen Staton and friend at the Ghosts of Wales party at Swansea Grand Hotel.
Storyteller Owen Staton and friend at the Ghosts of Wales party at Swansea Grand Hotel.
Cymru Paranormal at the Ghosts of Wales preview party at Swansea Grand Hotel
Cymru Paranormal at the Ghosts of Wales preview party at Swansea Grand Hotel
The Lotus Sisters belly dancers during the Ghosts of Wales preview party at Swansea Grand Hotel
The Lotus Sisters belly dancers during the Ghosts of Wales preview party at Swansea Grand Hotel