The Terror of The Wallasey Vampire

18 April 2018 | Your Stories

In the early 1980s a 20-year-old woman named Natalie lost her beloved grandmother Susan to a long illness, and, against the wishes of ‘Nanny Sue’ (as Natalie had always called her), Susan was cremated at the Landican Crematorium after the funeral service at St Hilary’s Church in Wallasey. Nanny Sue had always told Natalie that she wanted to be buried because she believed that one day, Jesus would return and, as the Bible promised, all of the dead who had believed in Christ would be resurrected. Nanny Sue believed there’d be nothing to resurrect if she was cremated. Natalie had told her father and mother about her nan’s wishes but they took no notice. Now Natalie kept the urn conatining her nan’s ashes in her room, and her sister Abbey

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Horror – Netflix Style -The New Movie Terrifying Viewers on Netflix

09 March 2018 | Your Stories

“Veronica” is a fictional horror movie that recently arrived on Netflix. The film is reportedly so terrifying that people are turning it off before finishing it (though not everyone finds it scary). But is it really based on a true story? The movie’s versions of events take place in 1991 Madrid, where a girl named Veronica holds a séance with her friends at high school. Later, while babysitting her siblings at home, Veronica begins experiencing terrifying supernatural events. “Veronica” touts itself as a movie based on true events and a real police report. Let’s take a closer look at exactly what transpired in Spain more than two decades ago. The strange death of young girl in Vallecas, Madrid According to several paranormal blog sites, including Ghost Theory, police reports from 1992 indicate that a

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