Episode 113: The Ruskington Horror with Dr Rob Gandy

On this week’s show it is a welcome return to Dr Rob Gandy to discuss the mysterious Ruskington Horror in Lincolnshire.

Since this case came to prominence after appearing on ITV’s This Morning in 1999, numerous witness have been brave enough to come forward to discuss their strange encounters .

Just what is terrifying motorists in this area of England and what can be causing these shocking encounters.

We look into some of the witness accounts, consider some of the potential explanations as well as touching on some other cases, a curious tale of a Goblin and football curses.

The Ghost in Scunthorpe:


Ghost of Lincolnshire:


If you’ve had a similiar encounter,you can email Dr Gandy at gandy31@ntlworld.com 

Thanks for joining us Dr Gandy.

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