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01 Apr 2017

HERE BELOW IS A BRIEF INSIGHT INTO THE VAST ARRAY OF DIVERSITY HERE ON
DISPLAY AT THE CRIME THROUGH TIME COLLECTION, LITTLEDEAN JAIL.

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 The only Baphomet Exhibition on display display in the U.K.


Now here on display Lady Emilia


Northern Soul collection, a must see at Littledean Jail

Witchcraft, Paganism, Wicca, The Occult,
The Illuminati and Secret Societies.


The Quadrophenia Collection




Freaks of nature exhibition


Below and on display at Littledean Jail are oil paintings By
Artist Paul Bridgmman.


Kray Twins


British Gangland

Linda Calvey


Harry Roberts


Charles Bronson AKA - Charles Salvador


Fred and Rose West


Ian Brady and Myra Hindley


Ted Bundy


Richard Ramirez


Aileen Wuornos


Jeffrey Dahmer


Charles Manson


Ed Gein


David Berkowitz



Peter Sutcliffe


John Wayne Gacy


Dennis Andrew Nilsen


Police killer Dale Cregan


Hangman, Albert Pierrepoint


Ruth Ellis


John Christie and Timothy Evans


The Secret Societies


Witchfinder General Film -1968 

  
Witchfinder General Film 


Witchfinder General Film 


Goodbye - Death


Aleister Crowley


Gerald Gardner


Alex Sanders

maxine sanders
Maxine Sanders


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Anton LaVey


Nun - Witchcraft and the Occult


The Jailer


Ellen Hayward - Cunning Witch


Lady Amelia


Stewart Farrar


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Robe


The Jailer 2


The Occult


Witchcraft and the Occult

baphomet crime through time museum
Baphomet

Anton LaVey
Anton LaVey

Peter Gilmore
Peter H Gilmore


Heinrich Himmler


Adolf Hitler


Heinrich Himmler and the Occult


Oswald Mosley


Angel Of Death


Beast Of Belson


Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen


Al Capone


Bonnie & Clyde


The Elephant Man

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sas Operation Nimrod 1980
Operation Nimrod - The Iranian Embassy Siege


special air service
SAS Hostage Rescue.

Iranian embassy siege

iranian embassy siege
Above: Pete Winner " Soldier I " During a private visit to
the SAS exhibition at
 Littledean Jail. 
 The Iranian Embassy Siege, 1980.

sas balcony
Mel Parry and John McAleese

 

 






 

 

 

 



Well this one still raises a few eyebrows in Ruardean and some of the locals there are still sensitive about an incident that occured over 100 years ago. They got the blame for killing 2 travelling bears when everyone knew that it was really an unruly mob from Cinderford. The rivalry contines to this day as the people of Ruardean have never forgiven the people of Cinderford.

The story began on Friday 26 th April 1889 when four frenchman arrived in Cinderford with their two Russian Bears. They were paraded around the town and then planned to move on to Ruardean and were followed there by a group of children and youths. They had only got a mile away when a rumour was started implying that the bears had mauled a woman and killed a child. An angry mob from Cinderford pursued them and by early evening they were surrounded by an angry mob of 200 who beat the Frenchmen and killed one of the bears. Two Frenchmen escaped in fear of their lifes. Unable to keep hold of the other frightened bear its keeper had to let it go and it ran off only to be pusued and shot by the mob. In sight of Ruardean the locals there tried in vain to stop the attack. They took in the injured men following the incident and gave them shelter.

Arrests were made and on 3rd May 1899 the accussed men were taken to Littledean Police Court. They were described in court as "colliers and labourers of Ruardean", although it was quite clear that they were not. This indignation remains to this day as they felt their village had been wrongly accused.

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Ghosts are in abundance throughout Gloucestershire, and never more so at Littledean Jail where unusual sitings have not only been witnessed at first hand by The Jones family who live in the jail but by many paranormal groups.Skeleton

On one occasion the experience became so intense that one paranormal investigation climaxed with a fear of unusal and incomprehendable events; from museum exhibits shaking, lights flickering, and ending with complete loss of power! The group were last seen heading towards Cinderford screaming their already decapitated heads off!!!

Other haunted goings on nearby have been seen at The Littledean House Hotel where a ghost called Fred resides on a landing of the hotel, and on the fringes of Littledean is one of the most haunted houses in Great Britain - Littledean Hall.

Here is a list with links of other tales of haunted happenings in the Royal Forest of Dean...

  • Littledean Hall
  • Littledean House Hotel
  • Forest Folklore

Obviously the scariest presence here is of course ‘The Jailer’ himself. Littledean Jail is reputed to be one of Britain’s most haunted properties... thankfully folklore and modern day findings claim that the ghosts are actually friendly!! Since its opening in 2005 the Jail has attracted the interest of many ghosthunters, paranormal and psychic investigators... desperately hoping to encounter something less frightening than the Jailer.

Littledean Jail is featured on the ‘Ghosts of Gloucestershire’ DVD starring ‘Richard Felix’, who appeared on televisions top rated spooky programme ‘Most Haunted’.

A bit about the Ghosts of Gloucestershire DVD


Richard Felix, Ghostfinder General, continues The National Ghost Tour of Great Britain in Gloucestershire.

He joins forces with The Gloucestershire Paranormal Research Group who have first hand evidence of the scariest places in this county. These include Woodschester Mansion, The Ancient Ram Inn, Littledean Jail and other haunted inns and hitels. Richard visits Berkeley castle to learn the chilling tale of of how King Edward II was horrendously murdered on September 21st 1327. His ghostly screams can still be heard today echoing far beyond the castle walls... so turn down your lights and give your full attention as you are taken on a ghostly tour of haunted Gloucestershire.

Order your copy of Ghosts of Gloucestershirehttp://www.felixfilms.net/more/on/details/0012

If you can't wait and would like to see the Ghost of Gloucestershire DVD with over two hours of ghost stories about Gloucestershire, then why not ORDER your copy now directly from Felix Films.

Phone: +44 (0)1594 826659
Address: Littledean, Nr. Cinderford, Royal Forest of Dean, Glos. GL14-3NL

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