Clapham Woods Mystery

Some time ago, I met up with Charles Walker, a paranormal investigator, to find out what exactly has been going on in the strange and mysterious woods out at Clapham, a small village to the north east of Worthing in West Sussex. There have been many stories of devil worship and strange meetings in these woods. Dogs have disappeared and and threatening men with guns running about.

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Richard Vobes is traveling Great Britain seeking out its history, customs and traditions, presenting them in a fun filled informative series called the Bald Explorer. Richard is an award winning podcaster, videographer and actor based in Worthing, England. Follow +RichardVobes on Google+

2 Responses to “Clapham Woods Mystery”

  1. Dragonfly Wanderer Reply 07/02/2017 at 5:48 pm

    Well I am sorry to say that what I have heard is not accurate in respect to a painting and where it was found.The Demonic Connection book has many innacuracies in it in regard to happenings at nearby Chanctonbury Ring as well.I should know as I was present when the painting was photographed by my friend.I also know that it was in fact painted by a rock group that used to practice in the barn.The painting was in fact found by us in the actual farmhouse and not in an outbuilding.I am telling you this so as not to waste any more of your time if you were to persue this story.I wish to remain anomynous as I was for a long time a friend of Charles although I have supplied my email address.I hope this has enlightened you on this matter.

    • Thanks very much for the information. Of course, when I made this interview, I took everything at face value, so it is good to get a second opinion and further information based on the findings. Sorry for the late reply.