Cannock Chase

Tuesday, September 27th 2016
CANNOCK CHASE
BEAUTIFUL BUT POTENTIALLY DEADLY AREA OF STAFFORDSHIRE HARBOURS DIVERSE PARANORMAL ACTIVITY
WEREWOLF, BLACK EYED CHILDREN, PIG-MAN AND MORE!

he astute reader that I am confident you are will have noticed with scarcely a moment’s pause that the subject matter of the article you are courageously about to absorb does not in any way concern the fine and noble city that is our normal focus of study.
    We are, periodically, entreated to lapse from our peregrinations towards our beloved town and cast our hearts and minds a little further afield. I can assure your good self that any travels beyond this fair city’s walls will not be too extravagent, as the resultant anxiety experienced by your guide would excise any potential pleasure that would otherwise be gained.
    On this occasion, we head in a southerly direction towards an area of Britain justifiably renowned for it’s areas of natural beauty, indeed it is one of these very areas that has gained for itself a reputation for being a veritable nexus of paranormal activity. Such is the area’s legendary status that were you to impart the news that you were familiar with the location and accompanying scary tales a complete absence of surprise upon my part would be the inevitable outcome.
    A former Royal forest, it may benefit the reader to bear in mind that Cannock Chase is amongst the largest of England’s country parks and consists of 3000 acres of varied landscape, from dense forest to open heathland. Given the enormity of the area in discussion one could, if one were of an adventurous mind, accept only to readily the concept of unnatural creatures residing undetected within. Creatures such as The Pig Man; half, as his somewhat compendious non de plume suggests, pig, and half, at the risk of now seeming gratuitously apodictic, man, it was described in one eye witness testimony from 1993 as     Continue Reading