Podcast: The Ghost Ship Mystery: Invisible boats dock and phantom funerals

Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast

EP42 The Ghost Ship Mystery: Invisible boats dock at the harbour, while phantom funerals are seen in the graveyard at night. What does it mean? The Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast goes exploring!

Mystery of the Ghost Ship and Phantom Funeral 

The town of Milford Haven is well-known for its harbour.

What might be less well-known are the eerie ghost ships which are said to dock there at night. Oh, and there’s also been sightings of a phantom funeral nearby. 

Is there a connection between these two real-life ghost stories?

To find out more, journalist and author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) explores the spooky history of the town, which is also known as a favoured spot of the tylwyth teg, the Welsh fairy folk.

Can you solve the mystery? Tune in to episode 42 of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast now… if you dare!

Did you catch last week’s devil goats (yes, devil goats!) episode of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast?

Did you miss last week’s episode? Catch up now: EP41 Devil Goats: Can a goat really be possessed by an evil entity? In this cautionary folk horror fairy tale, a Welsh farmer finds out the hard way.

For a full list of every episode, from the Mari Lwyd to the Mabinogion, and to subscribe, visit the Ghosts of Wales podcast page.

Enjoy this ghost-filled podcast? Read lots more sppoky tales in Paranormal Wales!

Ghosts of Wales by Mark Rees, host of the Ghosts of Wales podcast

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.