“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.”
Could there be a world that lies beyond our beliefs?
These are some of the reported sightings and stories of ordinary people, who believe they have had an extraordinary experience!
Some names have been changed for the purpose of this website!
Index of listings
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Derwent River in Malton
Blue Ball Inn Malton
The Talbot Hotel
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A young woman carrying a child in distress is reportedly seen along the A64 leading to Malton. Many people believe that she may have been the victim of a highwayman.
In the 1980s a man was fishing on a steep river bank, it was time to go home so he made his way back up to the top and started to dismantle his rod. All of a sudden he felt 2 hands pushing down on his shoulders as if trying to push him down the bank. Struggling he pushed against the force and managed to turn around and face his attacker, but to his surprise there was no-one behind him.
Sightings of the famous cook friar took have been seen here on numerous occasions. It is unsure if the large ghost is really him, but the description seems to fit.
This beautiful country house in North Yorkshire may look tranquil and inviting from the outside, but it has a reputation for strange goings-on at night. The stunning Manor home is said to be home to quite a few ghosts, including the spirits of children and most notably, the Lady of Nunnington. Late at night the rustle of her dress can be heard dragging up and down the staircase, doors open and slam shut with no explanation, books fly across the room, and weeping sounds can often be heard, supposedly as the Lady laments the death of her young son. Blood-curdling screams and children’s whispers have also been reported, particularly in the attic where it is told the Lady locked away her stepson, and a black figure is also known to pass over the bed and through the wall in one of the rooms.
The Talbot hotel apparently had a ghost called Clanky whom no one ever saw but staff remembered a drop in temperature and a cold atmosphere in the cloisters area.