By Haunted Histories
Haunted HistoriesJun 16, 2021
Haunted Histories - The Merry Monarch with Charlotte White
Penny chats to her good friend Charlotte White, a woman of many talents who is both a historian and a baker, about all things Charles II, was he a good guy? how many children did he have? why did he have so many mistresses...and where could you maybe encounter his spirit?
Haunted Histories - The house of Wills with Daryl Marston
The House of Wills has appeared on many paranormal shows, but it affected investigator Daryl (of Ghost Hunters) so much that he wrote his first book about it.
Join Penny as she talks all things House of Wills with Daryl
Haunted Histories - Haunted Homecomings with Dr Kate Cherrell
Penny is joined by the gothic queen of death herself, Dr Kate Cherrell to talk about her latest project with Jack Osbourne, why Grimsby should be the centre of the paranormal universe and whether Missenden Abbey deserves it's reputation.
Do not miss it!
Haunted Histories - Vikings and all things Norse with Liz Cormell
Penny is joined by Saxon and Viking archaeologist Liz Cormell, to talk all things "Norse" and even manages to compare the sacred Valhalla to a game of rugby...
Haunted Histories - Some history of extra terrestrials
Penny is joined by two of the nicest people in the business, Philip and Ronald Kinsella, to talk all things "alien", abductions, history, theories and current phenomena, SkinWalker ranch...
Haunted Histories - Spirits of the Forest with Jayne Harris
Join Penny as she chats with the brilliant Jayne Harris all about Help! My House is Haunted, Living in Tudor times and not to forget the power of Forests...
Haunted Histories - The story of Hinsdale House
Penny is joined by the owner and "rescuer" of Hinsdale House, Daniel Klaes to talk about history, restoration and possibly the odd haunting or two....why did he take on the house? has it ever scared him? what lessons has he learned over the last few years?
Listen for that and more....
Haunted Histories - Living in the Tower of London
Penny is joined by comedian Tom Houghton, who for the last six years has lived in the Tower of London. Listen as they talk history, hauntings and maybe the odd joke or two...which former resident did he upset? where did he get his sense of humour from? and what exactly is the reason for him living in possibly the most historic palace in London still standing?
Haunted Histories - a historical airfield
Penny gets to chat all things RAF Tibenham with her good friend and fellow investigator, Mark Dudley. What was his initial thoughts when they investigated the airfield with her husband Wayne and mutual friend Gaynor for the book "A Haunted Experiment", what does he think about going back there in July 2022 to conduct a public investigation? and what is some of the history of this place and the brave souls who flew from there in WW2?
Listen to find out.
Haunted Histories - Old Scott County Jail
Join Penny as she chats with Dr Kristy Sumner and Miranda Young about their new project, to help restore and maintain their historical buildings by using the paranormal world.
First up is the fantastic Old Scott County Jail, nestled in the Appalachian district of Tennessee, it has seen some pretty scary events and they want to bring that to us.
Haunted Halls of Norfolk with Neil Storey
Penny chats history and quite a bit of mystery with historian and purveyor of the spooky, Neil Storey. Not only is Neil in possession of the best moustache this side of the 1930s, he is also a prolific author and well respected lecturer, travelling all over the place educating people and encouraging their interest in the subject. We chose three halls in Norfolk to focus on, see if you have any stories to add!
Haunted Histories - the mystery of the Princes in the Tower
Penny is joined by historian and writer, Matt Lewis, to talk about his book that aims to question the common held belief that the sons of Edward IV were murdered in the Tower of London by their "wicked" Uncle Richard.
A mixture of history, fact and questions, and also some cracking debate!
Listen as we talk Plantagenets, Tudors, Roses and of course, ghosts....along with a lot of other stuff along the way.
Haunted Histories - Parapod....a very British Interview
Penny talks with Barry Dodds, one half of the Parapod boys about his new film Parapod- A very British Ghost Hunt and some of their experiences...the conversation also manages to get onto cars, body odour and the menopause??? listen in to find out more.
Haunted Histories - The haunting of Bosworth Hall...or not?
Penny is joined by Paul and Andy from Haunted Magazine who also run their own paranormal team known as Haunted live, they talk all things Bosworth and some of the resident spooky things which may reside there...other than hotel guests! man traps, pugnacious bullies, grey ladies and prison doors, it's got it all.
Haunted Histories - Pubs and the Paranormal
Join Penny as she chats with her friend and fellow investigator, Lorien Jones of the Ghost Book all about pubs...and specifically four that they have chosen to highlight the history and hauntings.
Haunted Histories - Tales of Hever Castle with Dr Ciaran O'Keeffe
Ciaran has been lucky enough to investigate Hever Castle on multiple occasions, what are his thoughts on the place and why might it be haunted?
Join him and host Penny, as they discuss the families who have lived there, the effects old buildings may have on people and whether it is homely or scary
The ghosts of Dieppe with David O'Keefe
Join Penny as she chats with Canadian historian, Professor David O'Keefe, all about his book "One day in August" and the massacre that happened in Dieppe in 1942. Did this lead to the amazing paranormal experience investigated by the SPR that happened nearly nine years to the day?
Haunted Histories - The Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Centre
Penny chats with Neil & Jane from the HAPRC about some of their favourite items, and the history of the area of Hinckley
Haunted Histories - The history of mourning jewellery with Kate Cherrell
Join Penny as she chats with the incredibly intelligent, very funny and totally amazing Kate Cherrell of Burials & Beyond (burialsandbeyond.com) all about the history of mourning jewellery, how the Victorians dealt with death and why it shouldn't be seen as bad...
There may also be mentions of hair, goths, evil twins and much much more.
Haunted Histories - Dambusters with James Holland
Penny talks to historian James Holland all about his visits to RAF Scampton and associated work regarding the Dambusters squadron, any paranormal experiences he has had and...dogs?
Listen if you dare.