In a small corner of Yorkshire within walking distance of each other there are two similar woods, in a similar setting with very similar accounts, they both happened to boys who were splaying out with their friends in these woods, they were all making noise and playing on rope swings, swinging across the streams, they each in turn encountered strange unexplainable figures that stood watching them, then chasing the boys out and away from the area. They were both chased off and it seems “not caught” although I think it would of been very easy to catch them if that was the plan.. This behaviour seems to imply a diversion rather than an attack. As you will see in both cases, the boys who reported the incidents and the areas themselves have many things in common. Children outside with friends enjoying the woodlands are a common source of witness reports. As you will see from the MAP OF UK Accounts they are not alone.
Reported by a witness to Charmaine Fraser: Jan 2015, The incident occurred around 1970: I know thats a while ago now, but I have never forgotten about it so even now Im confident about what happened and what I saw.
“About 45 years ago I was with my then girlfriend and we were parked on a forestry road at the junction of Langdykes Brae and Porters Brae on the road to Cults. The area is heavy Woodlands and is an area used for Forestry. Now this junction we were parked up in is about 1.5 miles from Kennoway in Fife.
Original Source: Tom Slemen, Writes, one afternoon, I gave a talk about ghosts to a group of schoolkids at a library in Liverpool. Afterwards, a school girl asked me: ‘What’s the oldest ghost ever?’ The innocent question set me thinking. Anne Boleyn’s ghost is allegedly still being seen, 469 years after her death in 1536. An apparition said to be that of Boudicca is regularly seen in Lincolnshire. I also remembered the strange account of a heating engineer named Harry Martindale, who was working in the cellar of the medieval Treasurer’s House in York in 1953, when he was startled to hear a trumpet call. Mr Martindale watched in absolute terror as a Roman soldier marched through a wall, followed by an officer on horseback with about 16 other soldiers trailing behind him. Mr Martindale cowered in a corner as he watched the eerie scene and noticed that the ghosts were marching thigh-deep in the cellar floor. He later discovered the Romans had been marching along a road which ran under the treasury. This road had long been buried, which explained why all the ghosts – with the exception of the horse-mounted officer – were visible from the thighs up.
Gloucestershire boasts some pretty unique wildlife from feral pigs to mysterious sightings of ‘large black cats,’ but now it looks like another creature is living among us. Wolves have been apparently spotted living in the Forest of Dean and wildlife explorer Frank Tunbridge is investigating.
Over the years he has been called out to numerous reports of big cat sightings but most recently he has been asked to help find wolves which are apparently living in the Forest of Dean, just outside Coleford. One day Frank had a call from a man who said that he had seen wolves out and about whilst he had been walking his Jack Russell dog. Frank said: “So I have been called to reports of wolves now living around Coleford. I met with a chap that had seen one and also his work colleague on a different day had also seen a wolf as well. “He was describing to me how he had been out walking his dog and all of a sudden a wolf had appeared on the track in front of him. I wanted to be sure that he had not confused a wolf with a husky dog so I sent him a picture.
thought this was very interesting,be sure and hit the CC button to get the subtitles in English. I tend to focus mainly on what people are running into in the United States but it is interesting to hear about what is going on around the world.
Crypto Sweden writes “This is the first part out of three, of an interview I did with a Swedish man who have spent a lot of time documenting the presence of these beings at a site in Jämtland, Sweden. The interview was conducted in July 2016. For subtitles press the CC-button!”
Hamsterly Forest is a large forested area in the North East of England around 2000 hectares of mixed scenic woodland lying between the Wear and Tees valleys on the edge of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Fed by a number of Rivers Hamsterley is a delightful oasis of broadleaved and coniferous woodland, sprawling along the sides of a sheltered valley. It seems the vast forest is home to more than just the usual wild life.