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Black Nuggets of Cannock Chase

Black Nuggets of Cannock Chase

A narrative of mining tales from the villages of Cannock Chase.

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Published by Merault Press in United Kingdom .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatSpiral-bound
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24997414M

Black and white photograph with stormy sky in winter over heathland on Cannock Chase AONB Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Staffordshire England United Kingdom. Cannock Chase Visitor Centre Postcode. Alternatively, the Cannock Chase Visitor Centre at Marquis Drive is a great place to start your walk or bike ride. Open seven days a week, the centre has a café, adventure playground, BBQ and picnic areas, toilets and a shop selling souvenirs and maps. The Cannock Chase Visitor Centre postcode is WS12 4PW. The legend states that sometime in the ’s, a child was born to this woman, with an unusually large, head, and a pig-like snout instead of a nose. Having suffered years of intrusive experimentation, Pig-Man finally escaped the facility and took to roaming the vast forest of Cannock Chase, where he could easily live out his life in solitude.


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- Nick Redfern, author of many books including Monster Diary and Wildman"UFOs, werewolves, orbs, more monsters than an old Universal Studio film. Cannock Chase has them all, and now Lee Brickley is bringing them all into your living room in his exciting new book." - Brad Steiger, author of hundreds of best selling paranormal books/5(32).

Cannock Chase has had many changes in its boundaries over the years. This book deals mainly with the are which formed the ancient parish of Cannock; taking in Hednesford, Hatherton, Cannock Wood and Great Wyrley. Cheslyn Hay has been included, partly because its story is most closely linked with Great Wyrleym but also because it was always a /5(5).

The Black Eyed Child of Cannock Chase is a strange girl with black eyes sighted around Cannock Chase, known for its paranormal k Chase is located in England and is also home to the infamous are also reported around this area. The black eyed child was said to be a victim of the diphtheria outbreak of the s.

[Sorry for the length.] Cannock Chase is an area in central England teeming with paranormal activity - including UFOs, black-eyed children, hell hounds, werewolves, etc. I first heard about it in this article, although it doesn't go into as much.

The most detailed map currently available is the superb Cannock Chase & Chasewater (Explorer#) produced by the Ordnance Survey, but the Cannock Chase Map by Staffordshire County Council is a quarter of the price and has the added benefit of a short local guide printed on the reverse; both publications are available from many town-centre.

The Cannock Chase murders (also known as the A34 murders) were the murders of three young school girls that occurred in Staffordshire, England, during the late a trial reported to have received "unprecedented public interest", Raymond Leslie Morris of Walsall was convicted at the Stafford Assizes of the murder of Christine Ann Darby after one of the largest manhunts in British history.

Cannock Chase ran just once at the age of five, beating Western Hymn by a length in the Group 3 Huxley Stakes at Chester. Timeform rated him inhe began his stallion career at Nunstainton Stud in North Yorkshire, and covered his second season at Worsall Grange.

There are 37 registered foals in his first crop. Visitors must already pay to park at five Cannock Chase car parks, but the plans would expand charges across the 30sq mile site in a bid to protect wildlife and. Cannock Chase in Staffordshire is a former Royal forest with a history of paranormal activity.

The most famous ghost, known as the Lady of the Chase, has been witnessed by many visitors to the area. She's been described as tall and slim, with large, dark, hypnotic eyes. Well, if you look around on the internet and read a few books you'll find many different theories as to their origins.

Some people believe them to be extra terrestrials, vampires, ghosts and even inter-dimensional entities, but there is one immense difference between the sightings of black eyed children around the world and the stories coming out of Cannock Chase: only on Cannock Chase do.

The Beast of Cannock Chase is back - and this time he’s even made it on radio. Discovery of a large paw print on Cannock Chase was reported on Smooth Radio last week.

Lee Brickley on Cannock Chase with his book about paranormal sightings in the area “In the summer ofmy aunt was 18 years old, and she and her friends would often meet on Cannock Chase. Over the years here at Mysterious Universe, I have written many articles on the multiple enigmas of Cannock Chase, England.

It’s a large area of forestland and heath and which has been the site of numerous activity of the paranormal, ufological and cryptozoological have spoken of seeing large black cats roaming the Cannock Chase.

The Birmingham Mail broke the news and the Daily Star followed up with a front page story: The Black-Eyed child ghost has returned to Cannock’s Chase, taking up residence once again with the Hell Hounds, a Werewolf, a Pig-man (human-pig hybrid), Bigfoot, Alien Big Cats, Aliens, and the plethora of phantoms and ghosts said to roam the area.

Excessive, don’t yo. The book was published inentitled ‘The Best of Cannock Chase’. Susan has been good enough to scan this beautiful book for me, and periodically I will feature here articles from it – and I don’t think there’s any place better to start than the story of Dick Slee, beautifully told here.

Cannock Chase has had many changes in its boundaries over the years. This book deals mainly with the are which formed the ancient parish of Cannock; taking in Hednesford, Hatherton, Cannock Wood and Great Wyrley. Cheslyn Hay has been included, partly because its story is most closely linked with Great Wyrleym but also because it was always a Reviews: 5.

High quality Cannock Chase inspired Art Prints by independent artists and designers from around the world. Break out your top hats and monocles; it’s about to classy in here.

Printed on % cotton watercolour textured paper, Art Prints would be at home in any gallery. But your walls are better. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Sunday trip to cannock after a few weeks off, black runs and messing around on follow the dog.

Me attempting a black run at Cannock Chase. 1 day ago  Cannock Chase is the smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain. Octavia Pollock takes a closer look.

Cannock Chase’s very name reveals the history of the smallest AONB of all, now a 26 square mile oasis between the powerhouses of Birmingham, Leicester and Nottingham.

Cannock Chase (grid reference), often referred to locally as The Chase, is a mixed area of countryside in the county of Staffordshire, area has been designated as the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Chase gives its name to the Cannock Chase local government district.

It is a former Royal forest. Cannock Chase comprises an undulating plateau m in elevation that stands proud of the surrounding valleys.

Its prominence reflects the combined influence of tectonic processes (earth movements) and surface denudation (by wind, water and ice). Tectonic processes resulted in the local uplift of Triassic sandstones (see cross-sections).

The Daily Star Reports. Throughout the period of SeptemberBritish tabloid newspaper The Daily Star ran a handful of front page articles covering the black eyed girl of Cannock is an area in Staffordshire, England.

The reports were eventually taken up by a local paranormal investigator named Lee was determined to get to the bottom of this case as he had heard. A werewolf, a black panther, umpteen ghosts and even an alien pushing a car up a hill just some of the more unusual "sights" at Cannock Chase. We often visit Cannock Chase, it is a Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is only a short drive away, we are very lucky to have such a place so close.

I have posted about Boo’s first visit to Birches Valley – Cannock Chase to see The Gruffalo and all the fun we had that day, and so trips exploring other areas of Cannock Chase. Captured near Cannock Chase, Staffordshire — an area notorious with sightings of The Black Eyed Child — the ghost appears to have returned to her popular haunt.

The frightening spirit was first spotted and recorded in the area in the s. When we follow enough stories of the paranormal and all manner of strangeness in the world, we sometimes find certain places where unusual events and sightings of strange things seem to be more concentrated.

Cannock Chase in England is just such a place; a beautiful scenic landscape, immersed in folklore and history. Interview author Lee Brickley. Feb 21 -- Cannock Chase is home to many things, squirrels, birds, deer, and if recent reports are to be believed - Bigfoot.

Recent investigations have been launched by paranormal investigators into the possible existence of Bigfoot on the Chase. Is it all a load of old sasquatch. Or does Bigfoot really hide out in the Staffordshire woodlands. Buy Cannock Chase: The Second Selection (Images of England) 2 by Pickerill (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 4. The year-old singer songwriter will perform at the Staffordshire forest on June 10 as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series presented by Forestry England.

She was due to. The medium is Christine Hamlett, a self-described “rescue clairvoyant” who says her expertise is in dealing with the spirits of persons who have died in childhood from illness or ’s what she claims the Black Eyed Child is, at least the one in Cannock Chase.

The photograph was taken on October 10th near the Birches Valley visitors center and appears to show a Black Eyed Child. Spooky snap: The picture appears to show a figure praying in the dense woodland of Cannock Chase – a hot-spot for sightings of the Black Eyed Child (Image: Handout) "In this case I.

The Cannock Chase rock that rolled By Toby Neal Features Published: For five local lads, talk that one of Cannock Chase's unusual landmarks was. Cannock Chase played an important role in World War I.

Logistically it was a prime location with good communication and transport links and was the largest unenclosed area in the West Midlands, so the Earl of Lichfield, the then landowner, granted permission for two large military training camps to be built.

Deep in the woods of Cannock Chase, England, where sunlight doesn't venture and animals don't frolic, there is one creature that roams: The Pig-Man. In a town also known for its frequent werewolf sightings, Cannock Chase has a long history of eerie happenings, according to the BBC.

Cannock Chase and Cank Wood is a landscape dominated by its history as a former forest and chase and by the presence at its centre of the South Staffordshire Coalfield. It forms an area of higher ground, with the towns. and large villages of the Black Country rising out of the lowlands of Shropshire and Staffordshire to the west.

The. The "Chase Through Time" project from Staffordshire County Council and Historic England explored the rich history of Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

All across the Chase, previous generations left their mark on the land. Much is hidden in woodland and heath. This includes one of the best-preserved First World War landscapes in England. This book details hundreds of events that happened in and around Rugeley and Cannock in the Victorian era.

Almost none of these stories have appeared in print since they were first reported upon. Separate chapters cover accidents on the railways, roads and canals as well as mishaps in the workplace and at home.

Discover remarkable happenings which took place at some of the best known places in. The Cannock Chase AONB covers a mere 68 square kilometres, but despite this there are plenty of things to do in this historically rich woodland.

See the “Sights” Recently there have been “sightings” of the so called black eyed girl/children which appears to have made the news all of a sudden.

From the 's reports started to circulate that people had become witness to strange sightings of black eyed children in Cannock Chase. The stories and sightings still occur to this day. Many stories of these black eyed children usually state that they are of a young girl, with her eyes as black.

According to Cannock Chase Post who reported the encounters, there are over 2, such reports of black cats from the area. Bigfoot sightings. Nor are black cats and dogs the only cryptids that seem to make the area home – there are even reports of Bigfoot-type creatures from the area.

Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, UK. 22nd May, UK Weather: The sun sets over Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire, after the first day of a week-long heatwave over the, UK. 22nd May, Credit: Richard Holmes/Alamy Live News.The black-eyed child of Cannock Chase is said to have “coal-black pits for eye sockets” and is reportedly being spotted in the area again after an absence of some 30 years.The First World War camps are only one part of the story of Cannock Chase.

There is a long history of coal mining, ironworking and glass making and we looked at the remains of these industries. Early coal mining involved digging small pits or shafts and groups of coal pits still survive across parts of the Chase.