The Ghosts of Stonehenge
Nixie Foster, moon witch and motherhood mentor, tells creepy first-hand ghost stories from her haunted English pub, and gives us a rock-solid answer to the question “can ghosts follow you home?“
Listen to “Episode 46: The Ghosts of Stonehenge” on Spreaker.
Episode Summary: Um, Do You Want Your Ghosts Back?
Nixie’s never been scared of the ghosts in her pub. Rather, she considers them somewhat inevitable, since she lives in a very old town just a stone’s throw from Stonehenge, already thought to be an otherworldly place with significant paranormal potential. But when those ghosts catch on that this small-town witch is unflappable, they turn their attention to haunting her friends.
This episode’s promo is from Stories with Sapphire.
Episode Show Notes
Process Drawing of the little ghost girl in front of Stonehenge
About Nixie Foster
Our guest is a motherhood mentor and a moon witch, and she combines these two aspects of herself to aid new mothers on their journey through the matrescence (the rite of passage to motherhood) period of their lives. Although she no longer owns the ghost-filled pub she references in this episode, you won’t have to go hunting very far to find her in the small town of Amesbury, England.
If you’d like to reach out to Nixie, you can find her at nixiefoster.com. If you’d like to sign up for her mentorship program, please do so at nixiefoster.com/crystalmoonmotherhood. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Can’t help but wonder about the ringing bell and the ginger airman? The New Inn in Amesbury hosts frequent live music and festivals, if you’re ready to try to glimpse the ghosts for yourself. You can also stay overnight in the haunted New Inn, if you dare.
Stonehenge is an ancient sacred site that many druids and pagans still make pilgrimages to in celebration of the Solstices. Nixie leads ceremonies there, follow her on social to learn more!
Can’t get enough of Nixie’s fun and enlightening stories? Be sure to catch the episode where Nixie helps explain the thinning of the veil that is said to occur around Samhain.
And until next time, have a spooky day!