Manx Cat

By |2019-07-31T03:51:58+00:00July 31st, 2019|About-Isle of Man|

Featuring a vast array of popular themes, such as the four seasons, water, animals, nature, adventure, travel and destinations … set to music. FILLERS are always nice to look at, often quite amusing, the images can be programmed flexibly.
Cats in this filler package: Maine Coon, Siamese Cat , Ragdoll , Abyssinian, Persian Cat, Oriental Cat, Sphinx , Birman, Norsk skoggkatt , Angora, Scottish Fold, Manx
Highres version or broadcast video footage of several dog breeds and cat breeds available!


Timelapse footage of the Isle of Man taking over London with audio

By |2019-07-31T00:45:43+00:00July 31st, 2019|About-Isle of Man|

A team of Artists transform Broadgate Circus in the City of London by creating a a giant 45-foot map of the Isle of Man. The artists worked tirelessly for over 12 hours to create the map which showcases the Island’s most famous attractions.

With over 300,000 visitors a year, the Isle of Man has built an enviable reputation as a favourite destination for the short-haul traveller looking for a break with a difference.

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The Poltergeist of the Isle of Man / Gef the Talking Mongoose – Paralopedia

By |2019-07-30T23:00:45+00:00July 30th, 2019|About-Isle of Man|

In September 1931, the Irving family, of the Isle of Man, started hearing persistent scratching, rustling, and vocal noises behind their farmhouse’s wooden wall panels. It might sound like a classic poltergeist. But soon the entity that had been making all the noise revealed itself to be Gef, later to be known as Gef the talking mongoose or the Dalby Spook. Gef claimed to be an “Earthbound spirit” and “a ghost in the form of a mongoose”. According to Gef it was born in New Delhi, India, in 1852. Though, there is a lack of […]

Mann at War: IoM Steam Packet ship, SS King Orry at the surrender of the German Fleet, 1918.

By |2019-07-30T22:49:40+00:00July 30th, 2019|About-Isle of Man|

The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company played a vital role in securing victory in the two World Wars. In this short clip, Naval Historian and TV Presenter Professor Eric Grove discusses the magnificent ‘Surrender of the German Fleet’, painted in 1919, by Arthur James Wetherall Burgess. The painting shows the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company vessel, King Orry leading the German High Seas Fleet in to the Firth of Forth on 21 November 1918. The King Orry and her mainly Manx crew had served with the Royal Navy throughout the First World […]