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Lost Taiwan hiker says ‘ghosts’ saved and Protected him

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Thursday, 28 November 2019 11:34

The Glass House Saint Helens

The Glass House St Helens

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Friday, 16 August 2019 17:31

Blackburne House Liverpool

Blackburne House Liverpool

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Saturday, 10 August 2019 21:24

Inmates Haunted By 'Wailing' Ghost

Inmates Haunted By 'Wailing' Ghost

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Wednesday, 31 July 2019 13:50

Old Post Office Liverpool

The Old Post Office in Liverpool

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Monday, 01 July 2019 12:56

The Abandoned Beelitz Sanatorium

The Abandoned Beelitz Sanatorium

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Tuesday, 21 May 2019 10:18

Shoes In Wall to Ward off Evil

People once concealed shoes in wall dividers to avoid bad spirits

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Friday, 17 May 2019 12:17

Exorcists gather in Rome

Exorcists gather in Rome

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Monday, 01 April 2019 15:11

Maes Y Neuadd

Maes Y Neuadd



Maes Y Neuadd is a substantial Grade II listed Welsh slate and stone residence set into the hillside, offering an abundance of history, charm and spectacular views of Mount Snowdon and Cardigan Bay.
Comprising an historic 14th century Grade II listed former country house hotel with coach house
Maes Y Neuadd is steeped in history, with the land originally being gifted by the King to the first Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire where as a Royalist estate, it was visited on a number of occasions by Oliver Cromwell. From the mid 17th century it became the principle home of the Wynn family until the early 20th century, when it was converted to an exclusive country house hotel with legendary guests such as Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Edward Kennedy, Kylie Minogue, Nigel Mansell and the Attenborough brothers.

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Wednesday, 06 March 2019 11:31

Jenny Greenteeth The Fearsome Menace

Jenny Greenteeth the fearsome menace



Her name is Jenny Greenteeth, she is a fearsome menace to those who are near her especially children. This renowned hag is well known for deliberately drowning both young and the old. This offered her sheer pleasure observing her victims suffocate to death under a cool watery grave.
It is known that she would even feast on and after her victims cooking them up into a stew of sorts. Her extreme and intensive powerful need to cause pain and suffering to others, is considered to be| from her anguish nowadays as an outcast.
Jenny Greenteeth More often she is described having a green complexion with very sharp teeth. This kind of would definitely ward off anyone who would be unfortunate enough to get across her paths with her. Much like many creepy characters from folklore, she is terrifying and dreaded and sometimes anticipated. This specific witch hag is fairly popular recognized caricature of a witch in the England.
If an unsuspecting wanderer would be near to the water's border during an afternoon go swimming, it would certainly be their last. Likewise, if you decide to go walking by any pool, pond or water during the night|be on the lookout for Jenny.
The lady can be found all over the British Isles. This includes her taking a form in many different forms. In Lancashire the girl is Jinny Greenteeth, in Cheshire and Shropshire |the lady known as Evil Jenny, Ginny Greenteeth and Peg o' Nell, while in Durham she was Peg Powler. She in fact is closely related to the bucca-boo, |a form of water spirit which haunted moors and ponds.
Jenny's origination stems from the main part of European countries among the list of Slavic people. A great deal of missing people were written off as patients of her who happened to be close to the waterways. Her almost terrestrial mermaid appearance from one of her forms would help her lure people towards her, only then would she grab them.
Perhaps it was the shimmering light reflecting from the water onto her green skin. Additionally it is known that she was related to Baba Yaga, who was another witch which took pleasure in eating children and the seniors.
Area of the folklore of this sinister witch comes from heavy amounts of duckweed which could trap a young child underwater |thus drowning them. Certainly this was a danger to young and even some of seniors people in some watery areas.
Something is for sure, don't be by itself especially at night lose to the water. It might be your last gasping breathing.

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