Hayley is a Ghost

Rhubarb sometimes has a bitter taste…

Posted on: February 18, 2010

Following on from my last blog about the incorrect reporting in the Daily Telegraph that eating cooked rhubarb could help fight cancer I have contacted the Daily Telegraph editorial asking why they haven’t ammended or revised the original article in light of the fact that they basically got it wrong on such a bad level.

I’m not expecting a response, but I feel it’s important that people are held responsible for the things they promote and their ignorance as the real facts emerge. Watch this space.


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Hayley is a ghost

Hayley Stevens is an advocate for science-based research into seemingly paranormal experiences and occurrences. With a background in the pseudo-scientific research into ghosts, Hayley offers a unique insight into the strange world of ghost hunting through her experience.

She describes herself as 'a ghost hunter who doesn't hunt for ghosts' and this is her personal blog where she writes about ghosts, people, and other interesting things. Read more here.

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