Paranormal Magazine is the UK’s leading magazine in the paranormal world. Filled with superb content helping readers gain insight into this field. Everything from famous hauntings, ghastly ghost images, legends and myths to exposed paranormal teams. There is enough content to suit everyone, including articles, photos, videos, podcasts and more!
The Paranormal Magazine was established in 2013 by Lee Steer and Wayne Ridsdel. You may know Lee Steer from Ghosts of Britain, one of the largest and most respected ghost hunters in the UK. Lee and Lindsay (Ghosts of Britain) have travelled to every corner of the UK searching for the answers, and much of the knowledge and experience they have gained is relieved in their magazine.
Paranormal Magazine’s mission is to help people learn about the paranormal from people with real experience in the field. There are hundreds of articles and images on the website which will stay in the know. Personally, we love the magazine and keep checking back to see what recent events have been happening. If you would like to learn more about the mysteries we can’t always see, you should definitely check them out here… Paranormal Magazine.
Haunted Objects Museum, UK
Lee Steer, the founder of Paranormal Magazine. It is also the owner of the Haunted Objects Museum in the UK. They have a unique collection of items which is believed to be very haunted. They are rated number 5/10 for the world’s most haunted item collections. From dolls, paintings, mysterious ancient antiques. To occult items, demonic items, and things which are just plain odd!
These are just a few of the haunted items at the museum…
The Bridal Doll: The most famous Haunted Doll in the UK. Which was featured on ITV this morning 3 times! It made headline news all around the world. Many reports of giving nightmares, scratching married men. She removes items of clothes and gives people itching sensations. She makes lights flicker, and effects electrical equipment. The haunted bridal doll is one of their main attractions. Which many people from all over the UK flood to see.
The Crying Boy Painting: FIRE FIRE FIRE, the first reports started in Lee’s hometown, Rotherham. And now he has brought the picture back to the original curse’s birthplace. It is alleged that if you have this picture up on your wall, your house will burn down, leaving the picture intact. The mass craze of the crying boy started in the 1980s. Which left many people to fear this picture to our current date. The painting is believed to be haunted by a spirit called Tim, who was a young child. People believe this is a nasty child, who kicks people when they are sleeping.