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Nia Jones

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NIA JONES is a playwright and writer who has written for many different publications including The Guardian Community Film Blog, The New Empress Magazine, The Best You.co, Inside Media Track and TopTenFilms.

Cornish Owlman: Everything you need to know

The strange Cornish Owlman was first seen in Mawnan Smith in the 1970s. NIA JONES reveals its strange legend.

Arthur Conan Doyle and the Cottingley Fairies

NIA JONES looks at the fascinating case of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and The Cottingley Fairies

Many faces of Irene Adler, Sherlock’s “The Woman”

NIA JONES takes at a look at the enduring screen legacy of the female Sherlock Holmes simply referred to as “ the woman”

Britian’s Most Notorious Unsolved Deaths

NIA JONES gives us 10 of Britain’s most notorious cold cases, reminding you to never forget them

My Real Phantom of the Opera: The Apollo Victoria Theatre

Ballerina JENNI CHADNEY tells us about her real-life Phantom of the Opera experience

10 historic disappearances that are still a mystery

NIA JONES tells us about 10 famous, yet inexplicable disappearances

England’s 10 Most Notable Graves

NIA JONES takes us on a virtual walk among the tombstones with 10 of England's Most Notable Graves

Who are the Black Eyed Children?

NIA JONES tells us about the frightening and debated urban myth concerning the black eyed children

Essex author Robert Hallmann talks ghosts and dark history

Essex historian and photographer Robert Hallmann talks to NIA JONES about his work including Essex Ghost Tales

Britain’s top 5 most haunted hotels

NIA JONES checks out five of Britain’s most haunted hotels

Britain’s 5 Most Sinister Abandoned Mental Asylums

NIA JONES reveals five of Britain’s most sinister abandoned mental hospitals.

5 Haunted Places to Visit in Royal Tunbridge Wells

NIA JONES checks out five of Royal Tunbridge Wells’s spookiest places…