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Ghost Stories in the Sunlight

Dec 22, 2023

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings to all! A once grand estate and manor house in England, Alton Towers attracts millions of visitors a year. We've got all four categories of ghost here folks - moans, door slams, orbs and Victorian children! From a cursed, chained oak to a woman in black with a penchant...

Dec 7, 2023

Sister Maria Crocifissa della Concezione was 15-years-old when she joined took her vowels. She was 31-years-old in 1676 when she wrote a coded letter whilst allegedly under possession of the Devil himself. A letter which took more than 300 years to decipher.

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Nov 9, 2023

Today we visit Darlinghurst Gaol- Sydney's oldest standing heritage listed gaol complex. Join us as we explore its history and the ghosts its halls now hold, as well as proper referencing techniques, naked art classes, and a platypus named Bloop.

Ghost Stories in the Sunlight wishes to acknowledge and pay respects to...

Oct 27, 2023

Happy Halloweek! This week we're talking about a stone with many names and many uses. Hag stones are also known as holey stones, adder stones and druid's glass, and have been associated with magic and folklore for millennia. From healing to invisibility, divination to chicken protection hag stones are the must...

Oct 12, 2023

Legend has it that the island of Poveglia is made of 50% dirt, and 50% human ashes. Whilst this might not be entirely true, the horrors and death the island has seen very much are, and their echoes remain to this day. Join us on a trip to the abandoned island. Just remember to bring your own snacks.

Oh, and Happy Friday...