Paranormal Wales author and Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast host nominated for two awards at Higgypop’s third annual celebration of all things spooky
A huge thank you to everyone who nominated Mark Rees for the Higgypop Paranormal Entertainment Awards.
Mark has been shortlisted in the Best Paranormal Book category for Paranormal Wales, and in the Best Paranormal Podcast category for the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast.
The winner will be decided by a public vote, and it would be great if you could spare 30 seconds to vote for Mark – details below!
Whatever happens next – win, lose, or draw – just being nominated alongside such illustrious names from the paranormal world is an achievement in itself, and good luck to everyone shortlisted.
Thank you / diolch!
Click here to vote!
How to vote in the Paranormal Entertainment Awards
To vote for Mark – or anyone else! – follow the link below.
There are fifteen categories in total (you can skip any you have no interest in by clicking “no preference”), and Mark has been listed in the third (Best Podcast) and fourth (Best Book) categories:
• Best Paranormal Podcast: Ghosts & Folklore of Wales With Mark Rees
• Best Paranormal Book: Mark Rees – Paranormal Wales
Voting closes on Friday, November 13, 2020 (spooky!), and winners will be announced on Sunday, November 29, 2020.
Click here to vote for Mark Rees in the Higgypop awards.
Tell me more about the shortlisted book and podcast
The book Paranormal Wales is a spine-chilling journey in search of Wales’s spookiest locations.
Unlike Mark’s previous books, which explored more obscure, long-lost accounts of things that go bump in the night, this one does the opposite.
These are the most famous, most well-known, and most (supposedly) haunted places in the land.
You can read all about it on the Paranormal Wales page.
Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast with Mark Rees
The Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast is a podcast that explores Wales’ weird and wonderful history.
Ranging from real-life accounts of ghosts and hauntings, to more fantastical stories from myths and legends, each episode investigates a different topic based on Mark’s unique insight and research.
These range from Victorian poltergeists to the ever-elusive fairy folk, or the skull-headed Mari Lwyd and the timeless tales of the Mabinogion. There’s even a few special guests long the way.
New episodes are uploaded every Thursday, and can be listened to and subscribed to on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast page.