The team in the Dorset and Bournemouth Daily Echo
Halloween 2022 as it is most years has been busy with enquiries for the team.
This October has seen two articles in the local press in which we have contributed.
With Halloween in mind, we were approached by Shire Hall Museum for an article regarding our ongoing research which runs alongside our advisory and management work with the team.
You can read more about the article in the Dorset Echo here.
We were recently approached to look at some images captured at Knowlton Church & Henge by a member of the public.
We get sent a number of accounts and are always happy to receive photos and videos to provide further analysis. Discretion is always of the utmost importance to us. We will never post, share or publish these accounts unless there is a wider interest in what has been captured and with express permission. In the case of the Knowlton images, we were contacted by the press for comment in consultation with the author who was happy for our thoughts and contribution to be published alongside the photos.
You can read our comments and see the images featured in the Bournemouth Daily Echo here.
Possibly, due to the heightened awareness of all things supernatural, it’s no coincidence that there always appears from tradition to be a spike in sightings around Halloween.
Maybe that Autumnal feel along with the darker nights and wind rustling through the trees adds to the mystery.
Feel free to get in contact with anything that you have spotted here.