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The Waxwork by A M Burrage

https://fh-sites.imgix.net/sites/2011/2020/04/08190656/Waxwork-smaller-file-compressed.mp3 Feel like you’re locked in a Chamber of  Horrors? Have a listen to this.

Bill Spectre’s Ghost Story Performances

Written by Bill Spectre this article first appeared in The Witney Gazette on Wednesday November 30th 2016 Bill Spectre performs 2 classic ghost stories What a treat it was for me to explore the darker side of this wonderful county! When I first started looking into the idea of running a ghost tour in West…

March Podcast

A background to Bill Spectre’s Ghost Trails as written by Bill for OX magazine. https://ghosttrail.fareharbor.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/2011/2018/11/March-Podcast.mp3 Whether you believe in ghosts or not, how many of us can resist the allure of a ghost story? We’re all fascinated by the possibility of there being ‘something’ on the other side. It was on this basis that I…

The Birth of Spiritualism

https://ghosttrail.fareharbor.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/2011/2018/11/april-podcast1.mp3 Is it possible to actually contact the dead and communicate with them? It’s not surprising that this question has intrigued man since the dawn of time. How many of us have wondered if there is a life beyond the grave, and if so, is it not possible that there could be some way of communicating between this world and the next? In this chaotic life we lead, could the spirit world guide us in some way? It was in answer to these questions that spiritualism came into being in the 19th century. It’s perhaps no coincidence that this was a time of many great scientific breakthroughs, and incredible inventions. One of the most impressive being, the wax cylinder, which enabled us for the very first time in the history of mankind, to record and playback the human voice. Imagine…

Witches!

https://ghosttrail.fareharbor.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/2011/2018/11/Witches.mp3 Throughout history witches, from the old English wicca for the masculine and wicce feminine, have been revered and feared. Wise women who were able to heal and accordingly appeared to have knowledge beyond the understanding of others were sometimes considered a threat as they were ‘different’ and possibly rebellious and needed to be castigated…

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