Is the Swansea Devil really cursed? We’re about to find out on what promises to be the most curious night in Swansea Museum’s illustrious history!
Tag: Mark Rees
The A-Z of Curious Wales, the new book from Mark Rees, is OUT NOW!
My next book The A-Z Of Curious Wales is available to pre-order… now! You can also have a sneak peek at a low-quality proof the cover (below), which might change before publication (UPDATE: Yes, it did change before publication!): Here’s the publisher’s blurb: The A-Z of Curious Wales by Mark Rees “Strange Stories of Mysteries, […]
Mark Rees’ research into the “Ghosts of Wales” can be read on the Folklore Thursday website The “Ghosts of Wales” are no ordinary ghost stories, and Folklore Thursday is no ordinary website. On Mark Rees’ Folklore Thursday page you’ll find tales of: • A murderer who returned from beyond the grave. • A two-headed phantom […]
Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales) was the guest on new episode of the Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories podcast and talked about haunted Wales
The Little Book of Welsh Landmarks is available now from all good bookshops. The Little Book of Welsh Landmarks, the second “little book” from Mark Rees, is available now. Following on from The Little Book of Welsh Culture (The History Press, 2016), this was by far the most challenging book that I’ve written to date. […]
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 […]
Yes, you read that right – Ghosts of Wales is now a theatre show! I’m very pleased to announce that my spooky stories have been adapted for the stage, and premiered in Swansea this October. It’s called Phantoms, and it was the perfect way to count down to Halloween… Where did the idea come from? […]
Photos fromGhosts of Wales – Live! at National Waterfront Museum, Swansea: The now-annual Ghosts of Wales – Live! event brought the spookiness to the Swansea Fringe Festival in October, and here are the photos to prove it!
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!