Tag Archives: Mary Celeste

Britain’s X-traordinary Files

My latest book opens The National Archives’ own ‘X-files’ to shine a spotlight on many formerly secret official accounts of uncanny phenomena and other unsolved historical mysteries. From mediums employed by the police to help with psychic crime-busting to sea … Continue reading

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Ghost Ships Ahoy!

The media is continually awash with old legends revived for a new audience and modern legends that are in the process of creation.  This item by Jon Henley, from Guardian G2 (27 March 2012), resurrects a motif found in nautical folklore … Continue reading

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