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A woman has taken photos of an eerie figure she claims to be a ghost at one of Essex’s popular tourist attractions. The Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker, originally built during the Cold War in 1952 and 1953, is the ‘deepest and biggest’ in the country.
Now, a professional ghost hunter claims to have spotted a ghost flitting between rooms at the Brentwood attraction. Paranormal expert Laura Goff, 35, who is based in Edgware, north London, says she spotted the ‘Shadow Man’ ghost moving between rooms at the disused nuclear bunker facility in September this year.
The mother-of-one is a self-proclaimed “White Witch Pagan” and is also the founder of Twilight Ghost Hunts, a team of 13 who scour the UK looking for spooks.
Despite her line of work, Laura has rarely seen an actual ghost, let alone photographed one. However, while at the Kelvedon Hatch bunker this year, Laura explained her encounter with the spooky ‘Shadow Man’ who she managed to photograph standing between two bunk beds.
“I’ve only seen a ghost three times, “Laura explained, “But I do have an image of the one I’ve seen twice. He’s literally a big black shadow. The first time I saw him, my partner Matt was working with me and, along with my group, we were just finishing up when we saw this six-foot outline of a man walking at the other end of the room. I was like ‘Matt is that you?’, but he didn’t answer me, and I felt really peeved off. I thought he was ignoring me in front of guests. So, I then stormed up towards him and asked, ‘Why are you ignoring me? Why have you left the group on their own’, and he didn’t answer me, he just turned and looked at me and snarled. The rest of the group saw him and then he decided to walk forward and through a wall. The group started screaming, including me! We headed to the base room for a coffee, hands shaking. The second time I saw him was between two bunk beds, just standing there.”
Experts have cast their eye over footage of a mysterious sea creature captured on video in the River Tyne. Kevin Burton filmed the unknown creature while sat on the North Pier at Tynemouth and uploaded the footage to YouTube.
The video was shared by popular conspiracy channel The Hidden Underbelly and viewed more than 13,500 times in the weeks since. Now, Dr Per Berggren – senior lecturer at the Marine School of Natural & Environmental Sciences at Newcastle University – has cast his eye over the video.
He said: “It is a bit difficult to tell from the video due to the quality. The most exciting option would be a conger eel which can grow to a maximum 3m length. But it is difficult to be sure from the video clip. Alternatively, it may be a piece of kelp being moved in an eel-like way by tidal current.”
YouTube users speculated on the nature of the creature filmed in the waters on a warm summer morning. One comment read: “With all the radiation spilling into our waters, no telling what creatures are forming. Japan’s nuclear Reactor is STILL leaking into the water
Legend has it a shadowy figure sometimes appears on Carolina beaches before hurricanes, a warning from the spirit world of impending danger.
He’s called the Gray Man and, if you believe maritime lore, he seems to favour Hatteras Island and Pawleys Island, S.C. He never speaks, just walks the beach, fading into the wind and sea spray upon approach.
Gray-Man sightings date back to the early 1900s, and it’s said those who encounter him before a storm seem to be spared the worst.
The Outer Banks certainly weathered Hurricane Florence relatively unscathed. A wobble in the storm’s track just 50 miles north would have brought devastating winds and flooding, Dare County emergency management officials said in the aftermath.
Is it a coincidence the Gray Man just might have been caught on a live webcam at Avalon Pier the night of Sept. 13?
Billy and Jim McClency of the YouTube channel “Ghost Guys Go” aren’t exactly real-life paranormal investigators, more like comedians spoofing on such shows. But a friend of the duo who evacuated for Hurricane Florence was watching live cam videos from the coast the night the storm hit and spotted something at Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills.
At the very end of the 700-foot pier, wind howling, a figure can be seen walking from one side to the other.
“Our friend Scott sent us the Gray Man video,” Jim McClency said. “As far as we know it’s real, and the guy we spoke with at the pier said the same.”
The YouTube video has been viewed nearly 500,000 times and received some attention in national and international news media. It also has a pretty big share of detractors, commenting that it’s double exposure, or a person walking inside the building and reflecting on the glass, or just a downright fake overall.
Employees at Avalon Pier took a look at the video this week and confirmed it was Avalon’s webcam. But was the ghost actually there? An optical illusion? Doctored? They couldn’t say but did offer that they’ve never had any reports of ghosts or paranormal activity there.
The Gray Man may have made another appearance in the Carolinas earlier in the summer, this time at Pawleys Island, where a couple vacationing reportedly photographed him walking on another pier there. That image was taken in late July.
Where did the legend of the storied Gray Man get its start? There the mystery remains. According to the website NC Ghosts, Hatteras locals have said he may have been a sailor returning home who died at sea, or the ghost of George Pawley, Pawley Island’s original owner, or even perhaps Blackbeard the pirate.
Whatever his origins, the Gray Man lives on, at least in the imaginations of Carolina islanders who know to heed his warnings.
STURGEON, P.E.I. – Jim Bruce stepped out on his deck the last day of September around 11 p.m. just to check how cold it was. As he looked to the sky, he noted there was no moon and he could see the stars perfectly.
Then, something came from the west. Bruce has seen a lot of satellites in the sky near his home in Sturgeon, but this object was not like any he’d seen before.
“Must be a plane,” he thought.
The object with flashing lights just stopped dead. Then, it shot in a 90-degree angle towards Bruce’s home and stopped once again.
“Then it continued again toward the east, stopped, dropped, sort of moving towards Nova Scotia.”
Next, it flew in a circle and hovered, Bruce, said, “It shot off and disappeared over the horizon faster than any satellite I had ever seen.”
The next day, Bruce was getting some paint at Stewart and Beck’s in Montague and a couple of people were talking about what they had seen in the sky. The same thing. In the same part of the sky, a few weeks ago. Bruce wanted to know what it was he saw, so he began making calls.
He got some numbers for the Royal Canadian Air Force, hoping they could tell him something. No one took him seriously. He called Air Canada, who hung up. Then he called NAV Canada, who also hung up. Finally, the RCMP told him it wasn’t something they dealt with.
So, who do you phone when you think you’ve seen an unidentified flying object?
Since 1989, Ufology Research of Manitoba (UFORM) has been taking reported sightings in Canada and compiles them into an annual Canadian UFO Survey.
Chris Rutkowski, who manages the survey, says sightings are no longer being managed by any military or police groups.
“At one point the RCMP were investigating UFOs on behalf of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). They did it for several decades,” Rutkowski said in a phone interview. The idea was some of the things seen in the sky could be meteorites, which the research council wanted to follow.
“That program with the NRC finished in the ‘90s and so the RCMP had no commitment to continue,” he said.
Still, Rutkowski is saddened Bruce’s claim was not taken seriously.
“Polls have shown about 10 per cent of all Canadians believe they’ve seen UFOs, which is a fairly significant number when you think about it. I want people to understand that UFOs can be studied in a scientific way. We can explain most UFO reports.”
Every year in Canada there are about 1,000 UFO reports, Rutkowski said. Last year there were eight in P.E.I.
The Paranormal Chronicles have exclusively received an incredible picture of what appears to be not only the ghost of a child but a ghost of a strange looking old man at an empty house in the Haverfordwest Town Centre.
The house is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a little girl who died allegedly during the Victorian era. It is also said that a man hung himself in the house too. The little girl has often been seen in the house and at the window. Now, this house is not the House documented in Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest or A most haunted house but we can confirm it is within a 1-mile radius of that very haunted abode. This is the 16th house to have reported activity within the one-mile radius of the house featured In Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest. Is this a haunting epidemic, perhaps ley line energy, or is there a more rational explanation such as tetra activity, gas seepage, overactive imaginations or something more.
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The house cannot be identified until further investigation has been conducted and The image needs further investigation and examination to truly get to grips with what we are looking at. Is it someone misidentified, it a trick of the mind, a reflection or is this clear evidence of two paranormal entities fighting to be seen or fused together as one. It certainly is creepy, and we will have a full follow up along with witness accounts soon. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Have we been hoaxed, is this real or do you have an explanation?
The Paranormal Chronicles very own G.L.Davies shall be interviewing not only the photographer but hopefully the owners of the house for an exclusive TPCN episode in the next week or so subscribe now so you don’t miss the full story.
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Blissful beginnings for a young couple turn into a nightmare after purchasing their dream home in Wales in 1989. Their love and their resolve are torn apart by an indescribable entity that pushes paranormal activity to the limit. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is the prequel to the bestselling A Most Haunted House (included as a new edit for the complete account).
It’s been 4 years since G.L.Davies shocked the world with his brutal and graphic depiction of paranormal sexual abuse and torment in the controversial bestseller Ghost Sex: The Violation. Now, on November 30th 2018 he returns to his roots with the pre-sequel to his chart-topping true paranormal account that was A most haunted house.
Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is the return to that terrifying house that first sent chills up the spines of readers in A most haunted house. This time the account is set between the years of 1989 and 1991 and focuses on the account of a Pembrokeshire couple who move into that terrible home and this is their testimonial of the bewildering and horrifying events that took place there.
One of the spookiest writers around, G.L Davies dares you to enter his latest haunted house. A couple are pushed to breaking point as an entity possesses their home. Terrifyingly real, this is a must-read for horror fan
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This, new longer account explores the paranormal activity that pushes the occupants to the brink of sanity with the unique style that G.L.Davies fans have grown accustomed too through his previous works. This is not a sensationalised account more often found in other offerings of the genre but the actual transcripts from the interviews of the people involved along with notes and insight from G.L.Davies as he tries to discern what had happened to these people and how it links to his own personal experience at the house.
Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest not only includes a brand new account set between 1989 and 1991 but a NEW edit of A most Haunted house with the events that took place there in 2002 PLUS a summary of explanations which is a must for sceptic and believer alike as it dissects the possible rationale behind the events from the ordinary to the arcane. This is one of the most complete paranormal documentations in recent memory.
G.L.Davies is an author who leads the reader through a gripping account of his own personal haunting which I found to be very interesting. Through his experience, he has gained an unusual insight into what can happen to a normal person when they happen across The Paranormal. This chilling read will certainly start to worry the reader and will certainly have them looking behind them at some stage. This is a must read for those looking for explanations. As Demonologist on the TV show Most Haunted, I understand what the author went through and this book should not only make people more aware of what to them was previously unknown but make them think twice about meddling with it.
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Already accepted by members of the paranormal community as one of the greatest paranormal accounts in Modern History, Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is assured to make readers feel uneasy as they turn their lights off before bed.
G.L Davies takes us into the real-life terror of a malevolent haunting in the pages of Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest. If you have the intestinal fortitude to venture forward, your bravery will be rewarded with a great, if frightening read. I’d say go for it and pick up your copy today!
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This is a Terrifying read, a book that will haunt you long after you have read it. Its builds masterfully, drawing you closer and closer and then the terror hits you. This is a modern paranormal masterpiece, complete with the original A most haunted house and a must-read section on explanations, this is possibly the most important paranormal account of the 21st Century. This is a haunting people will be talking about in a hundred years time and all the while they will say, I hope it didn’t happen in our house. G L Davies is finally back and he has grown as a writer and investigator, this is shocking and chilling brilliance.
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