Tag: Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire is one of the historic counties of Wales.

6 Welsh Places with Gates to Annwn, ‘The Otherworld’

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CLAIRE BARRAND tells us where to find gateways to The Welsh Otherworld of Annwn….

Newton House, Llandeilo, one of Wales’ most haunted houses

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A visit to the haunted Newton House is not for the faint hearted - there's lots of spirits that dwell within!
Newton House Llandeilo stands near the ruins of Dinefwr Castle. It's a country manor whose hauntings are not for the faint of heart, says RICK HALE

Aberglasney House, Most Haunted REVIEW

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Most Haunted - Mary King's Close
JAN McDONALD takes a look back at Most Haunted: Aberglasney House

The Ghosts of Aberglasney House

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Aberglasney House
With up to 120 ghosts, Aberglasney House in Carmarthen is one of Wales' most haunted properties, JAN McDONALD reports

Llanelli: 5 Haunted Places to Visit

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JON KANEKO-JAMES picks five of the most haunted places to visit in Llanelli, South Wales

Aberglasney Gardens: Beware the Corpse Candles

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Aberglasney Gardens in Carmarthenshire, Wales, has a ghost and ghastly past, says RHEA SEREN PHILLIPS

Werewolves of Wales: Everything you need to know

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The Christmas ‘Were-Wolf’
RHEA SEREN PHILLIPS shines a light on the Werewolves of Wales!

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Witchcraft 1964 REVIEW

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Dracula's Guest
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Haunted Powderham Castle’s Ghosts Target Our Inner Fears

Powderham Castle
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The Lodger 1927 REVIEW

The Lodger 1927
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A Jack the Ripper-styled killer is on the loose in London, as RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger (1927)