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Happy Birthday Hidden Highgate!

It has been almost a year since this website was first launched, and I would like to say a big thank you to all the people who have been reading it, commenting on it, and emailing me with their thoughts and memories about Highgate’s paranormal and forgotten history. The culmination of hidden-highgate’s first year of […]

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Happy New Year … and mind the coal!

Hello all! As it is New Year’s Day, I thought I ought to update the site with a new story. I must warn you, it isn’t a very nice story, but it is very interesting. It concerns a haunted house in Hornsey, which sits very near the graveyard of St Mary’s Church Tower. Uncomfortably near, […]

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Happy Hallowe’en

Happy Hallowe’en all my lovely readers! It seems a little superfluous writing a Hallowe’en blog entry when the blog’s reason d’etre is to discuss a little village where EVERY day feels like Hallowe’en. But Highgate has had a few bad run ins with morbid thrill-seekers in the past, and I wouldn’t want to be accused […]

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North London Paranormal Investigations Interview With Hidden Highgate’s Della Farrant

  On Friday 25th October this year North London Paranormal Investigations asked me onto their regular Friday night radio show – but not just any show – their Hallowe’en Special! Mickey Gocool, founder of N.L.P.I. has carried out many investigations into paranormal activity in the Highgate and North London area, including at The Gatehouse public […]

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Check Out The Interactive Map!

Hi everyone, Wow, the site has only been live for a day and has had over 2000 hits! I’m going to have to upgrade server imminently it seems, but that was planned / hoped for as a possibility and so all should be cool. Google Analytics tells me that some of you are missing out […]

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Technical Glitches?

This site is still a baby, finding its feet. If something isn’t working for you, let us know and the technical team will look into it. If you are using Windows XP (you shouldn’t be – it won’t be supported by Microsoft after March 2014) then you won’t see the pop ups on the interactive […]

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