I know that I haven’t posted for three weeks (THREE WEEKS?!?!?!) and I’m super super sorry for that but I do come back bearing some very interesting/good/awesome news.
Eerie Unsolved now has Twitter!
I created the account yesterday and I feel like it’s going to help build our family up and give this blog some more exposure.
This is the Twitter account and I would appreciate it if you could follow me on there and help me towards my goal of 100 followers by the end of August.
So, after I created the account, I put up a post talking about how I’ve always wanted to do a paranormal investigation at 30 East Drive but how I’m way too scared to and I mentioned the guys off Most Haunted on the tweet.
AND YVETTE FIELDING, ONE OF THE PEOPLE FROM MOST HAUNTED, LIKED THE TWEET!
Don’t believe me?
Yeah, as you can imagine, I was fangirling a little bit and then, this happened:
Yes, both the YouTuber Paranormal Kativity and Stuart Torevell from Most Haunted have followed me! I’m fangirling like crazy right now and it would mean so much to me if you guys could go and join them over on Twitter, I would really appreciate it!
Also, I am still looking for true paranormal stories from you guys for my upcoming series so you can either send them to me through:
Or by filling out this form:
Or by sending me a DM over on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Eerie_Unsolved
This post is going to be quite short – well, shorter than usual – as the content that I am exploring is a bit shorter than my other posts as there is less detail known about it.
But without further ado, let’s jump into this post.
Located 20 minutes away from Bath University, a road known as ‘Sally in the Woods’ dissects Brown’s Folly, an area of woodland that is supposedly haunted by the ghost of a young gypsy girl who was murdered in the 18th century.