Category Archives: Spooky stories

No sleeps till the Scream

Neighbours, the  time is almost upon us. Ever since the manuscript was found in the town hall telling of  the way in which our forebears banished evil, there has been an imperative to make sure that Palmers Green remains pure … Continue reading

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Organisers down play ‘scream’ incident at festival

Organisers of the Palmers Green Festival have reluctantly admitted that a handbill unearthed in the Town Hall, telling of the ancient rituals once used to keep evil at bay, was stolen from the Palmers Scream stall at the festival this … Continue reading

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More about the Broomfield House find

Ralph Hutchings has now made a short video about the Broomfield House witch bottle finds. Though it happened over 30 years ago, other recent discoveries in the Town Hall have led Ralph to come forward to talk about the day … Continue reading

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Broomfield bottle find raises further questions about our past

Following the discovery of a manuscript in the Town Hall,  we understand that local furniture expert Ralph Hutchings has now also come forward with a story of an earlier find in Broomfield House thirty years ago during post fire work to … Continue reading

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Enfield loses its nerve over hauntings?

The last few days have seen local groups in uproar following the news that Enfield won’t be taking part in London Open House this year. Apparently, Enfield has pulled out because it was unwilling to pay the £4,000 contribution required … Continue reading

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Shock document find in town hall reveals local witch ritual

For hundreds of years the area round Enfield was notorious for witchcraft, the most famous being Winchmore Hill’s Elizabeth Sawyer, the so called Witch of Edmonton. Sawyer was accused of murdering by mysterious means a neighbour who had stuck her … Continue reading

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