Ian Luck manger of Silver Screen Cinema Folkestone explains some of the Intriguing history behind the building where the cinema is situated. The Building was previously the location Folkestone town hall and justice buildings. Ian hints towards some strange presences felt whilst working. the cinema allegedly backs on to the site where Folkestone gallows were situated. Ian Luck – Silver Screen Cinema
Don Whatford explains the connections between St Lenords church and the murder of the archbishop of Canterbury Thomas à Becket. Dons tale offers an insight to how the church situated in the cinque port of Hythe, capitalized on the growing trade in relics and religious sites along the pilgrimage trail. Listen to his tale here:
Historian Pat Marsh shares some of the intriguing theory’s behind the Shell Grotto in Margate. Pat is a currently writing the official guide book to this amazing space and has uncovered many mysterious twists to the grotto’s origin. find out more about the Shell Grotto here: Link You can listen to a recording of her […]
George shares some tales of a strange sighting and unexplained happening that surround the passing away of various family members. you can listen to his tale here: link George Pulford by go go whippet
Kate Evans technical manager at the kings theater in Portsmouth recounts her encounter with a knot tying poltergeist. Kate Evans Kings Theater
Scientist at the Marsh Academy, Margret Maunder revels the illogical presences surrounding the St Dunstan’s College school boarding house where she previously worked in Catford. Listen to here tale at the following link: Margret Maunder School House Ghost
Duane Davis shares his experiences of the strange happenings at White Cottage in Lenham Kent. White Cottage backs on to a Medieval church graveyard and and may be responsible for some of the strange phenomena. listen to his accounts of strange happenings here:
Win vale recounts a tale about a workaholic ghost. Win ran the popular squirrel’s nest brick-à-brack and haberdashery stall at the Malthouse Arcade in Hythe Kent. She also holds the title of “Pearly Pride of Hythe” the highest honor that an non-cockney can be awarded. you can listen to her tale at the link bellow: […]
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Yvonne Sullivan, shares some story’s about the mysterious Pygmy skulls in Hythe crypt. Pygmy Skulls Hythe Crypt- Yvonne Sullivan
Jeff the Troll is modal engineer extraordinaire and friend of the late grate Fred Dibnah. In the feature recording he tells us the Tale behind Constriction his Troll Treacle Mine at South Sea Modal Village. ( click here to discover more about English treacle mines) Troll treacle mine
Steave from “Sundae Sundae” Whitstable’s Premiere ice cream parlor got certified with his ditty about “Squeeze Gut Ally” and a Tale about a whale. click on the links bellow to here audio recordings Sqweeze Gut Ally Whale
Tall Tales seeks to record the embellished truths and myths of the British public.
The former German consort in Folkestone now known as ‘Shangri–La, is the site of much local speculation. The have been many unexplained happenings and supernatural encounters in the house and the surrounding area. Its believed that lay line that runs beneath the house and could possibly explain the heightened energy and frequency of these uncanny experiances. […]
Steven Brenman shares a tale of the time he witnessed his farther in law levitating up the stairs during one of the regular spiritualists meetings held at his house.
Local Folkestone legend Paul Harris has encountered various ghosts and phenomena over the years. Paul has also published a number of books investigating the subject of hauntings. Listen bellow to the tale of how his fascination with the supernatural started and about a Sheep that spooked.
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Benjamin Flecture recounts the surprising moment he saw t a large spider trigger a set automatic doors ans enter a well know fast food outlet in London. here his Tale here:
Fascinating to hear about the Whelkman as this explains something my grandmother mentioned just before she died. She spoke of a tall \’shellman\’ she\’d encountered in her youth when she visited Folkestone, and how the meeting had \’changed her life\’. She certainly had a great fondness for oysters and other crustacea, and died with a […]
Count Louis Zbaroski, before he died racing on the sands in Wales, buried one of his precious cars in the grounds of Higham Park, near Bridge, where he resided-or so it is said. Exactly why he would do such a thing is unclear. It seems unlikely that a successful racing driver as he was would […]
Former Proprietor of 14 Tontine Street Terry Begent explains the strange presence felt within the property! 14 Tontine Street The house and shop were built in 1898,along with the shop next door, on a piece of land formerly used by one Henry Hyham as an abattoir and butchers shop in Dover Road. The building was […]