Join Mark Rees (author of Paranormal Wales) on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast for the real-life story of a “ghost train from the future.”
The Ghost of a Murderer Stalks Abroad: Ghosts and Folklore with Mark Rees podcast EP13: Can the ghost of a murderer really return from beyond the grave to haunt their former home and neighbours?
A special bonus episode of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast for Haunted Happening
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!
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
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? […]