Tom Slemen Haunted Merseyside with Tom Slemen

For the love of George

Timeslips are one of the most fascinating incidents in the sphere of the paranormal, but what exactly are they? If you see the ghost of a top-hatted Victorian gentleman, that is a haunting, but if the... Read more »

THE JUBILEE PARK TIMESLIP

On the sunny morning of Saturday 1 March 1975, 13-year-old Tony Drake had his usual weekend breakfast of eggs, bacon, black pudding and two rounds of Mother’s Pride bread fried in lard, and afterwards... Read more »

Whiston's Pink Valentine's ghost

On the chilly Monday night of 13 February 2006 a 30-year-old Hackney driver named Lewis Missenden was flagged down in his vehicle on Berry Street by a young lady who was dressed in what looked like... Read more »

Guardian angel grandfather

In November 1970, a 21-year-old Huyton man named Rob Oxley went to his local betting shop and put his birthday money on a horse. The horse won and netted the young man enough cash to buy a second-hand... Read more »

The Haunted Laundrette

In October 1973, a 59-year-old Halewood window cleaner named Sid Parker was reading through a local newspaper when he noticed a very interesting offer in the Businesses for Sale section. 

The... Read more »

AN ENCOUNTER WITH THE YOVAR

In the summer of 1962, a 25-year-old Huyton man named John Garnet-Chaffins met a beautiful 19-year-old girl at a party in Whiston named Jo Ann Carlson. 

John and Jo Ann fell madly in... Read more »

STRANGE IMPOSTORS

In August 1982, Frank Johnson, a widowed Huyton businessman, was drinking in the Stanley Arms pub on Roby Road one Saturday afternoon, and he felt so down in the dumps. 

He sat there,... Read more »

THE DEMON IN THE POOL

In the late 1990s a reclusive man in the Midlands named Stephen who had won millions on the National Lottery passed away, and he left the bulk of his fortune to his 35-year-old nephew in Liverpool,... Read more »

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EDUCATION

Recycling Discovery Centre welcomes 50,000th visitor

Merseyside’s Recycling Discovery Centre at Gillmoss, Liverpool, has reached a landmark by welcoming its 50,000th visitor.

The centre’s education programme, which began in 2009, celebrated reaching the milestone with children from... Read more »



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HOLLIES HALL INDOOR BOWLING (AGES 21+)

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HEALTHY KNOWSLEY By Dr Sarah McNulty, Acting Director of Public Health

BE CANCER AWARE AND GET SCREENED

Many of you will have been affected by cancer at some point in your life - it could be yourself or someone you know who has been diagnosed with cancer.

Cancer screening aims... Read more »


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