EP34 Witchcraft by the Sea; or, A Tragic Prophesy: An eerie “real life” ghost story of death omens, clairvoyance, and a witch’s dire prophesy on the Welsh coast – Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast with Mark Rees
Witchcraft by the Sea; or, A Tragic Prophesy
Do you believe in clairvoyance? What about fortune telling? What about death dogs that follow people home from lonely beaches after midnight?
One Welsh man thought it was all a load of rubbish, but soon changed his mind after a chilling death omen was sent his way from an all-seeing 19th century witch.
To find out more, join Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales) as he investigates this seaside tale in which Witch’s Point on the south Wales coast really does live up to its name.
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PARANORMAL WALES by Mark Rees is available from all good bookshops, and online from the books page.
Published by Amberley Publishing, here’s the blurb:
Wales is said to be the most haunted country in the world. Restless spirits roam the ancient land, from the lofty peaks of Snowdonia to the dark depths of the abandoned mines. In Paranormal Wales author Mark Rees takes the reader on a spine-chilling journey to dozens of these locations, which include well-known tourist landmarks and more secluded spots well off the beaten track.