The art of storytelling with Owen Staton: Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast EP11
Tag: ghost hunting
You can listen to Mark Rees’ paranormal podcast on the world’s most popular video streaming site. Yes, after finally launching my spooky new podcast, I’ve also got a spooky new YouTube channel to go with it. Which means that if you’d rather listen to my spine-chilling ghost tales and fantastical folk stories in video form, […]
Did you know… a real-life Scooby-Doo dog once caught a ghost in a Welsh village? The sixth episode of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast is live NOW, and it’s all about the real-life Scooby-Doo ghost-hunting dog! The real-life Scooby-doo dog podcast episode This time out, I explore one of my favourite, but also […]
Do some ghosts really swear at people? And do other ghosts dress up in the clothing of the clergy? The fourth episode of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast is live NOW, and it’s dedicated to spectral “women in white.” Please join me – if you dare! – for an investigation into the supernatural […]
A Ghost to Rival Hamlet’s Father: Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast EP03: Did a ghost really help the police discover a buried skull? Find out in this Swansea ghost story!
Can a statue really be cursed? And if so, can it really destroy a church? Join Mark Rees as he explores the mystery of The Curse of the Swansea Devil on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast
How can a ghost have two heads? The secret of the two-headed phantom might shock you!
The wait for the Paranormal Wales book is over! On Sunday, March 15, 2020, my spooky new full-colour title was unleashed upon the world, and is now available from all good bookshops. Ahead of its release I did an interview with Jenny White for the Western Mail newspaper, and here are some of my answers […]
I’m very excited to announce that the title of my next book will be PARANORMAL WALES – coming 2020! As the name suggests, it will be a spine-chilling quest in search of the country’s “most haunted” places and, unlike my previous Ghosts of Wales books, will be based on modern-day tales of things that go […]