External links

Here’s some links to articles, websites, groups and videos that you may find interesting.



“Welcome to the Para.Science website. Para.Science was established to conduct serious study, research and investigation into all types of paranormal phenomena. Our members are based across the UK, and we have associates in other countries across the world. The website contains some of our investigation reports, along with articles by Para.Science members which include results of some of our research, along with some of our hypotheses about the cause of some apparently paranormal phenomena. Follow the links on the left to access the reports.”

The Ghost Club

The Ghost Club is the oldest organisation in the world associated with psychical research. It was founded in 1862 but has its roots in Cambridge University where, in 1855, fellows at Trinity College began to discuss ghosts and psychic phenomena.

Society for Psychical Research

Founded in 1882, the SPR was the first organisation to conduct scholarly research into human experiences that challenge contemporary scientific models.

Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena

ASSAP is a scientifically-orientated educational and research charity and learned society dedicated to a better understanding of anomalous phenomena. As well as education, we carry out investigations and research.

Lee D. Munro Photography

North East of England based photographer. Most interested in the lyrical and poetic aspects of image and composition, whatever the subject. Mainly nature and landscape currently, but always looking for new inspiration and subjects

Deadzone Paranormal Adventures

Deadzone Paranormal Adventures are a non-profit organisation, professionally run by volunteers from various backgrounds and professions with various levels of experience and skills. We all share a common passion for all things spooky and scary. We cover all aspects of the paranormal from hauntings to UFOs and all other unexplainable occurrences. Most of our investigations are team only, for the purpose of research as we seek to find answers to the many questions of this fascinating world and to capture evidence of the unknown.

Louie Young

I have always been a dreamer, praying that one day I would do something big. But the truth is that “one day” only comes if you chase after it, so that’s exactly what I did… In pursuit of my dreams, I headed for the hills of the beautiful Staffordshire Moorlands and to the most magical place I know, Alton Towers. Now living close by, I count my blessings each time I hear the roar of the roller-coasters from across the valley. For nowhere am I more inspired as I experience the lift hills, dive drops, and corkscrews of the ride – that is, writing my first novel.

The Spooky Isles: Darlington, 5 haunted places to visit by Gayle Fidler

‘The historic market town of Darlington in County Durham has an important cultural and industrial heritage. In the 19th Century, powerful Quaker families brought much prosperity to the area. With this, came impressive architecture. Many of these buildings can still be seen today on a stroll through the town centre…’

The Spookly Isles: Hartlepool, 5 haunted places to visit by Gayler Fidler

‘The ancient coastal town of Hartlepool is located in the north-east of England. The town was once home to an Anglo-Saxon monastery, which was destroyed by Viking raiders. Remains of the monastery were found during later excavation works near where the church of St Hilda stands today…’

The Spooky Isles: Stockton-on-Tees, 5 haunted places to visit by Gayle Fidler

‘The market town of Stockton-on-Tees was once home to the Bishops of Durham, who brought prosperity to the area. Stockton went on to become an important part of Britain’s industrial heritage. In 1825, Stockton became the destination for the world’s first passenger railway…’

The Spooky Isles: Mary Ann Cotton and the Haunted Bench by Gayle Fidler

‘Like many people at the present time, I have been finding life difficult during lockdown. Researching and writing up findings, seem to have been even more gruelling and required a lot more mental effort than usual…’

CNN: Pentagon officially releases UFO videos

“The Pentagon has officially released three short videos showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” that had previously been released by a private company. The videos show what appear to be unidentified flying objects rapidly moving while recorded by infrared cameras.”

Yorkshire Live: Ghost hunters hit back at trolls during lockdown

“A married ghost hunting couple from South Yorkshire have hit back at online trolls who are trying to sabotage their livelihoods by claiming the pair are breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.”

BBC Asia: Coronavirus: Indonesian village uses 'ghosts' for distancing patrols

“A village in Indonesia has reportedly taken to using volunteers dressed as ghosts to try to scare people into social distancing over the coronavirus…”

mysteriousuniverse.org: More People Under Quarantine or Lockdown Are Seeing Ghosts

“Back in April, Brent Underwood got a lot of media coverage when he revealed that he was quarantining alone in a haunted California ghost town which he was the owner of — and no, ‘haunted ghost town’ is not necessarily redundant…”

Youtube: Pascal Michael-Preliminary results of the DMT field study

Youtube: Pascal Michael-Preliminary results of the DMT field study:Acute phenomenology & qualitative analysis.

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