Post by billyfarmer on May 2, 2017 18:18:01 GMT
I have been interested in the subject of the Paranormal, for a long time, and have seen many TV series and Documentaries (about the Paranormal), over the years, one of my favourite Paranormal Documentary TV series, was Strange But True, which was shown on ITV from 1993-1997, and was presented by Michael Aspel, many famous Paranormal cases, were featured in Strange But True, including the Enfield Poltergeist, Borley Rectory, Maria Roux - Phantom Hitchhiker (South Africa) and Muncaster Castle, the series also featured episodes about UFOs, including Rendlesham Forest incident (Suffolk, 1980), Kaikoura lights (New Zealand, 1978), and Gulf Breeze (Florida).
The late Author and inventor Arthur C. Clarke, presented three popular TV series - Mysterious World (1980), World of Strange Powers (1985) and Mysterious Universe (mid 1990s), I can remember watching Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers, in the 1980s, I have got the following Book - www.amazon.co.uk/C-Clarkes-Strange-Fairley-September-Hardcover/dp/B0161SV3SC/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1493746651&sr=1-6&keywords=arthur+c+clarkes+world+of+strange+powers which was based on the series, just two of the many famous cases, that featured in World of Strange Powers, were the stone-throwing Poltergeist case, which happened on Thornton Road, Birmingham, in the early 1980s, and the Phantom Hitchhiker, encountered by Roy Fulton, in Bedfordshire, in 1979.
Carol Vorderman, presented the six part series Out of This World (shown by the BBC, in 1996), episodes five and six, featured a famous case, that happened in the 1980s - Computer Haunting, messages through time story, there was a pilot episode of Out of This World (presented by Sue Cook), shown by the BBC, in 1994, the pilot episode, featured two witnesses, who had seen the same Ghost, on Blue Bell Hill, Kent, in 1992.
I can remember watching the American Paranormal and News Television series Sightings (presented by Tim White), on the Sci-Fi channel (Sky TV), another series, which I enjoyed watching on Sky, was the 1990s Paranormal Documentary series Ghost Hunters (shown on the Discovery channel), which was narrated by William Woollard.
Two Anglia Television series (which featured the Paranormal), which I enjoyed watching were The Magic & Mystery Show (1990s) and Ghostly Tales of the Unexpected (2003-2004), one episode of The Magic & Mystery Show, featured the story of a Police Inspector, who gave a lift to a Phantom Hitchhiker (who introduced herself as Judith), on Blue Bell Hill, in Kent, the psychic medium Lizzie Falconer, featured in all the episodes of Ghostly Tales of the Unexpected.
I have seen about two episodes of a series called Mysterious West, but can't find any info, about the series, on the Internet.
Two other series, which were shown on Sky (which I have enjoyed watching on DVD-R Discs), were The Why Files (presented by Dave Barrett) and Jane Goldman Investigates (2003-2004) one episode of Jane Goldman Investigates, featured Jane Goldman, interviewing Janet Hodgson (case of the Enfield Poltergeist), Janet Hodgson, was also interviewed in an episode of the Supernatural Documentary series Extreme Ghost Stories (shown on ITV, in 2006), a series, which I have enjoyed watching on DVD-R Discs, another episode of Extreme Ghost Stories, featured the case of the Haunted fishing trawler The Pickering (Bridlington, Yorkshire), a case which was also featured in an episode of Strange But True.
A more recent series, which I have enjoyed watching, was the Paranormal series Great British Ghosts (shown on Sky), which was presented by Michaela Strachan.
I am sure there must be many members, on this forum, who have seen some of the series, mentioned above, I am also sure, there must also be members (who are interested in the Paranormal), on this forum, who can think of TV series and Documentaries (about the Paranormal), which haven't been mentioned above.
Below, you can see an episode of Strange But True.