In 1972, an 11-year old boy named Colin Robson stumbled upon two small carved stone heads in Hexham, Northumberland. Colin then decided to take these miniature carvings home but this was a decision that he would soon come to regret.

A series of inexplicable and truly terrifying events began to unfold. Shattered glass would rain down on to his sister’s bed, and wolf-like figures were seen by all the Robson family members as well as the local neighbours.

The heads would move by themselves, and the crockery inside the family home would be smashed around them.

The extreme paranormal activity that surrounded the Hexham heads became so extreme that the family decided to donate the carvings to a museum and later the Robsons moved home.

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The heads would move by themselves, and the crockery inside the family home would be smashed around them.

Expert, Dr Anne Ross was the first person to examine the heads. And she made a massive mistake by deciding to take them home in order to study them in further detail.

When Dr Ross and daughter saw a wolf-like man inside the family home, she decided enough was enough and disposed of the heads.

The Doctor believed that these heads were Celtic and around 1,800 years old.

An interesting fact is that the heads were carved from quartz which is an extremely powerful crystal, and it is well known not only for its spiritual purposes but also because it is great for storing energy.

The mystery deepened when a local man came forward and claimed that he was the one who had carved the heads in 1956. Of course, the mans claims were questioned and scrutinised, but he did manage to carve identical heads as proof.

Whatever these heads are and wherever they came from one thing remains true, the people who seemed to have possession of the heads would experience strange and even frightening paranormal phenomenon.

The whereabouts of these heads are unknown.

Kyle Thompson – Soul Reaper Paranormal