Tag: halloween

Ghosts & Folklore from Wales podcast now available on Amazon Music

Amazon Music users can now listen to the Ghosts & Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast on all of their devices. The Ghosts of Folklore of Wales podcast can now be streamed and downloaded on Amazon Music. That means you’ve now got even more places to listen to the world’s first podcast dedicated to […]

Halloween in Wales: Celebrate the Welsh Nos Calan Gaeaf on the Ghosts & Folklore of Wales podcast

Halloween in Wales on the Ghosts & Folklore of Wales podcast: Explore the dark history of All Hallows’ Eve and the Welsh Nos Calan Gaeaf on five special episodes of the Ghosts & Folklore podcast with Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales/ Paranormal Wales).

Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast is now on YouTube

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, […]

Paranormal Wales book by Mark Rees OUT NOW!

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 […]

Mark Rees records Christmas ghost story special for BBC Radio Wales

Mark Rees, author of Ghosts of Wales, will be talking about corpse candles and death omens on a special episode of festive ghost stories for BBC Radio Wales. Ahead of Christmas, the BBC in Wales are broadcasting a series of creepy specials with each looking at a different supernatural subject. Mark has recorded an episode […]

Folklore Thursday: Read about the two-headed phantom from Ghosts of Wales

Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives by Mark Rees on Folklore Thursday: Did I ever tell you about the two-headed ghost which terrorised a Welsh community? No? Well, now you can read all about it in my latest Folklore Thursday article!