Anyone read the 800 year of Haunted Liverpool book?
Found it a nice read and liked the local history added about the areas covered In the book.
I was spooked getting home from Formby beach expecting to see black dogs on the beach since I get over superstitious alot though haha.
Didn't get diagnosed until I was 21.
When I got one when I was In school apparently It was too In It's early days and they thought I never had It and thought I was shy and that my parents weren't trying.
Dunno what could have made It easier for me In school, I never did that well In school...
No not heard of It but I find most ghost hunting like shows to be too cheesy to watch like when they think they've seen or heard something for example.
It's the way the people act and their facial expressions.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manc ... 736809.stm
Encourage? The game Is 15 rated and people who play this game are usually old enough to know the difference between reality and non reality.
How convenient that there using Manchester's gun crime history as well, can't complain about...
Shame theres no evidence though of any rituals.
Would of loved to have taken pics of the markings. I went to Childwall Woods but wasn't sure If I found Monkey Island.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/maxmolyneu ... 013045886/
Any Liverpool Fortean forum members know much about supposed Satanic Rituals that happened In the Childwall Woods a piece of Island the locals call Monkey Island?
All I can find on search engines Is a thread about the place on a forum called Yo Liverpool...
The male plastic chastity belt looks like It's mutilated his penis and balls! :o
The Piercing penis ones scare me! :shock:
That modern female chastity belt though, couldn't you manage to move It to the side?