Episode 145: Phantom Black Dogs with W T Watson

On todays show, we delve into one of my favourite paranormal subjects, the mysterious Phantom Black Dogs that stalk the highways and byways of many a darkened lane in England and beyond.

From the Bargest to the Padfoot, the Black Shuck to Gytrash, stories of encounters with these corperal entities span centuries but it seems they roam far beyond the shores of the UK. Joining me to discuss his new book “Phantom Black Dogs” is author W T Watson.

We discuss some of the most notable cases in regards to these frightening creatures including the infamous Beast of Bungay, the Snarly Yowl from the USA, Black Dogs that vanish in plain sight and much more. Its a great way to start the Spooky Season and a big thank you to W T for joining me this week.

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All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.         

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#Bargest #Padfoot #BlackShuck #Gytrash #WTWatson #BeyondtheFray #PhantomBlackDogs #Bungay #Mexico #England #USA #Ghost #Spirits #Norfolk #Suffolk #Yorkshire #Halloween 

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