Mark Rees is a journalist and author based in Port Talbot. He has worked in the media in Wales for more than fifteen years as the arts editor and 'What’s On' editor for some of the country’s bestselling newspapers and magazines, including the South Wales Evening Post and Swansea Life. His first book, The Little Book of Welsh Culture, was published by The History Press in 2016. He launched the Ghosts of Wales book series in 2017 with Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives. Follow Mark on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or visit his website.
The Swansea Devil is a three-foot tall “cursed” sculpture which is said to have been responsible for destroying a church.
The residents of a Swansea street were shocked to be able to recognise the ghostly spirit haunting their home, but
The Victorian newspaper archives are full of unusual ghost sightings, but there aren’t many as unique, or with a more
Welsh miners of the nineteenth century held strong superstitions in supernatural elements, which they believed existed deep in the mines.