‘Little Tricks’ Beneath the Old Angel

Located in the area known as the Lace Market, The Old Angel public house has stood for over 500 years, silently watching over Nottingham as it evolved from a small Anglo-Saxon settlement to the metropolitan city we see today. The pub itself has a long and turbulent history, variously serving as a brothel, a meeting […]

A Figure on Hack Green

  Military installations have a long history of supernatural activity, ranging from the shade of a dead pilot at the training facility HMS Daedulas who returned for one last photograph with his comrades in 1919, to the shadowy apparition of a suicidal marine that stalked the hallways of Forward Operating Base Ripley in Afghanistan in […]

The Serpent in the Lake

The Alutiiq are a group of Eskimo people native to the Southern coast of Alaska. Like all the indigenous inhabitants of this part of the world, the mythology and folklore of the Alutiiq is varied and complex, but only one of their legends concerns us today. The Pâl-Raí-Yûk. The Pâl-Raí-Yûk, also called the Tizheruk, is […]

He Who Has the Deer’s Antlers

7th October 2015 Jemma Harding is an entertaining woman, with striking red hair and the enviable ability to spin an interesting tale out of the most mundane of events. She is a journalist, and twenty years ago she worked as the European correspondent for a major British broadsheet. Several weeks ago a colleague of mine […]

The Old Man and the Dark House

Sneinton is a suburb of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. Despite heavy bombing in the Second World War, and two large phases of redevelopment in both the 1930’s and 50’s, much of the terraced and semi-terraced housing built during Victorian times still stands to this day. One of these houses, known locally as the ‘Dark […]