Ghost hunting in Wales’ “most haunted” places: Paranormal investigators Cymru Paranormal reveal what it’s REALLY like to search for the supernatural in some of the spookiest Welsh locations
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The Secret Islands of the Faeries: How the fairies of Wales are connected to King Arthur, why they are called y Tylwyth Teg, and more Welsh folklore about the fair folk who haunted the forests
The Cursed Room at Wales’ National Sports Stadium: How a jinx caused rugby and football teams to lose finals at the Millennium Stadium, and the Welsh artist-turned-exorcist who banished the ghosts with his brush.
Guy Fawkes Night special on the Ghosts and Folklore podcast: Can the ancient druids of Wales really lay claim to inventing the traditions of the 5th of November AND July the 4th? Explore the curious customs of Bonfire Night, or Noson Guto Ffowc as we say in Wales, on this special episode of the podcast.
Ghosts of Wales podcast Halloween special: Mark Rees launches his new book Paranormal Wales with a special online edition of the annual Ghosts of Wales Live event on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast. Join him and special guests as they explore some of Wales’ “most haunted” places, and go ghost hunting on the spookiest night of the year.
The Ghosts of Wales Live event – an annual “paranormal party” hosted by author Mark Rees – will go online in 2020 to launch Paranormal Wales.
Important update: This “Supernatural Evening” event has been postponed Sadly, due to reasons beyond of my control, the organisers have been forced to postpone the “Supernatural Evening” that I was due to appear at in Carmarthenshire on Sunday, July 15, 2018. The original details remain below, and I will update this page if / when […]
Ghosts of Wales: Join Mark Rees for a Halloween paranormal party… if you dare: I’m having a paranormal party in Swansea this Halloween, and you’re ALL invited!
Mark Rees will host a supernatural soirée to preview his new Ghosts of Wales book at the Grand Hotel as part of the Swansea Fringe Festival