The May issue of Psychic News features my article on the Titanic and W. T Stead. It's available from all good newsagents or direct from the publisher www.psychicnews.org.uk/
Phantom Viking warriors on horseback are said to appear every 2nd April in Ludham. The raiding party materialises late at night and then heads towards the bridge, blowing horns and cracking whips. A herd of terrified ghostly cattle is also seen running before them.
Green Park in London is the setting for a tree that is alleged to be saturated with evil. It's known as the Tree of Death due to the large number of tragic events that have unfolded beneath it.
Pictured above: Holy Trinity Church
Pictured below is the tomb of Sir Roger de Bois. His head rests on the severed head of a Saracen
Two stone knights, Sir Oliver de Ingham and Sir Roger de Bois, are said to wake up once a year (1st of August) and walk down to Stalham Broad where, accompanied by a faithful hound, Sir Roger engages in battle with a Middle Eastern soldier. After defeating him, the two knights return to the church where they resume their sleep for another year.
Dancing monks are also said to haunt the area.
The tomb of Sir Oliver de Ingham. He rebuilt the church in the years following the Black Death
John is a producer, TV/radio presenter and writer living in Suffolk