West Midlands - Paranormal Database Records

The Peel Street Monster

Location: Wolverhampton - Peel Street and Brickkiln Street
Type: Cryptozoology
Date / Time: Winter, 1933 - 1934
Further Comments: After several attacks on children by an unknown creature, one seventeen year old boy managed to kill the 'monster'. No one could identify the creature, larger than a rat with bulging eyes, although another unknown entity was found dead within 24 hours and was named as a coatimundi, a mammal from the raccoon family.

Blue Woman

Location: Wolverhampton - St John's Vaults public house
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: Unknown
Further Comments: Thought to be the ghost of a woman who jumped to her death from the upper part of the building, this figure wearing a blue dress was seen drifting around the property. Ghostly footsteps in the building have also been attributed to her.

White Lady

Location: Wolverhampton - Stag's Head public house
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: 1972
Further Comments: Seen walking around the cellar, this phantom also enjoyed turning the beer pump taps off, sometimes up to twenty times a month. The entity disappeared after structural alterations were made to the building.


Location: Wolverhampton - Talisman public house
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: 2010s
Further Comments: Tapping has been reported in the bar, while in 2013 CCTV footage showed a 'strange' light darting around after the building was closed (although the light source could be from outside the pub).


Location: Wolverhampton - White Ladies Priory
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: 20 October 2010, 19:30h
Further Comments: A small group of people who visited the site reported hearing faint whisperings and bangs, although only the female members of the group could perceive them. One legend says that Queen Guinevere retired to the priory after the death of King Arthur.

Screaming Horses

Location: Wythall - Black Greve Farm
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: 24 December (reoccurring)
Further Comments: Locals say that the horses belonged to a Roman chariot; the driver lost control in the ice and snow, and the entire team fell into a deep ditch and died.

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