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Join author Anthony Poulton-Smith on a ghostly tour of the county of Northamptonshire. Meet Oliver Cromwell, Mary, Queen of Scots, highwaymen, soldiers, monks, murderers, lovers, nuns, cats, dogs, horses, and even a couple of amorous churchgoers. Visit just about every corner of Northamptonshire, from shopping centres, theatres, stately homes, libraries and museums to canal tunnels, all of which host visitors of the spectral kind. Other spirits are to be found resident in an assortment of pubs, hotels, churches and abbeys. What was the secret behind the locked cabinet doors? What fascination does a monk from the Middle Ages have with modern vehicles? Who was the man hovering over the bed? Which murderer disposed of his victims in the local meat market? And whose face was staring back from the surface of the water in the bucket? Paranormal Northamptonshire contains almost a hundred narratives that will delight ghost hunters and the spiritualists, make the sceptical think again, and send chills up and down every spine.
Explore the haunted history of Salem, Massachusetts.
Pensacola may boast the world's whitest beaches, but the sands of time reveal a dark history in America's first settlement. It's no surprise that one of the nation's oldest cities is also among the most haunted, with culturally diverse spirits from the ages of the Spanish founders and British settlers through the turbulent era of the Civil War. Author and expert Alan Brown presents a survey of unexplained mysteries at Pensacola's eerie landmarks. The infamous haunted lighthouse, the ghosts of St. Michael's Cemetery and the tale of the headless woman of Ramona Street are just a few of the chilling stories recounted in Haunted Pensacola.
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Tales of ghostly spirits envelop the northeast Tennessee landscape like a familiar mountain fog. Join Pete Dykes, editor of Kingsport's "Daily News," as he offers up a collection of spooky local stories and legends from centuries past, including such spine-chilling accounts as the foreboding ghost of Netherland Inn Road, spectral disturbances at the Rotherwood Mansion, devilish felines, ruthless poltergeists in Caney Creek Falls, the tortured cries from fallen Rebel soldiers still heard today- and could bigfoot really be buried in the woods of Big Stone Gap?
The Pleiadian Workbook is a direct transmission from the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light--Light beings from the Pleiades--who say it's time now for spiritual growth, ascension, and healing. Through Amorah Quan Yin, we are taught to open our "Ka Channels," which pull energy from our multidimensional, holographic selves into our physical bodies. These galactic healing techniques align us with our divine selves, raise our vibratory rates, and rejuvenate and balance our bodies, while accelerating spiritual evolution and stimulating emotional healing.
Ghost Taverns is a fascinating, in-depth look at some of the north of England's most haunted public houses and the spectres that are said to reside in them. Written by two of the UK's most respected paranormal researchers, Ghost Taverns takes the reader on a supernatural pub-crawl that starts off at the Albion Inn in Pelaw and ends at Ye Olde Crosse at Alnwick. Inbetween, the authors visit dozens of inns, taverns and watering holes across the region to uncover the truth about their haunted reputations. Characters such as the legendary Giggly Meg who glides the corridors of the Alum Ale House at South Shields, the Sad Cavalier who has been seen at the Black Horse in West Boldon and the two children seen running from a spectral lady in the Tynemouth Lodge Hotel are brought to life - metaphorically, of course - in the hope that they will enchant a whole new generation of readers who may be unaware of them. After reading Ghost Taverns, popping in to your local may never be the same again -
Could it be that a ghostly woman carrying a baby is destined to repeatedly throw herself into the Ribble at West Bradford? Why are so many of Lancashire's theatres and stately homes plagued by multiple apparitions and phantoms? And what to make of the frequent reports of spectral black dogs, prowling feline animals, yeti-like creatures and even vampires that occur in this county? From folkloric headless boggarts to modern ghostly encounters and the UFO 'hotspots' of Winter Hill and Rossendale, Daniel Codd has unearthed hundreds of strange tales to capture the imagination and, sometimes, chill the blood. Researched and compiled from archive sources, although up-to-date and including many contemporary first-hand accounts and contributions from county folk, Paranormal Lancashire is a celebration of all things inexplicable in this part of the northwest. Designed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the odd and unnerving Pendle Witches saga, it reminds us that even after four centuries, old beliefs in the supernatural and paranormal die hard.
Leicester is an old town with a long history reaching back across two thousand years of human activity and experience. Historically, it is a very well-documented town. Leicester has a rich antiquarian record with plenty of other writings and documents that add to our knowledge of how our predecessors lived and, just as importantly, what they experienced during their lives. This book details the various hauntings and lore of Leicester; from the malevolent Black Annis to the debated involvement of medium Robert James Lees in the case of Jack the Ripper. It concludes with a guided tour of all the mentioned locations.
The Jacobites and the Supernatural offers a whole new perspective on the well-known Jacobite period and also allows the reader to explore the battlefields and other sites of the period in a completely new way. Here are tales of witchcraft, spirits, psychic powers, portents, prodigies, magical talismans and potent curses. Bonnie Prince Charlie practices the healing magic of 'touching' for the King's Evil and 'impresses' his good looks onto an unborn child. A queen attributes her pregnancy to a saint. Rocks split at the moment Culloden is lost. We meet angels, demons, fairies, guardian Black Dogs and other otherworldly beings. The cast of human characters includes John Graham of Claverhouse, 'Bonnie Dundee', said to have sold his soul to the Devil and then been killed by a silver bullet; the 'Galloping Earl' of Dilston whose phantom is said to still ride through his Northumbrian estate; and the gentle Lord President Forbes, who had a vision of the slaughter at Culloden months before the Jacobite dream was extinguished on that terrible day. As well as setting the occult beliefs in the religious, political and military contexts of the Jacobite Risings of 1689, 1715, 1719 and 1745, this book gives a site-by-site guide to all the battlefields and buildings associated with the Jacobites and the supernatural. The battles of Culloden, Sheriffmuir, Killiecrankie, Dunkeld, Glenshiel, Falkirk and Prestonpans are well represented, but there are also allegedly haunted castles and hotels, plus everything from an English vicarage (home to a Jacobite poltergeist) to a Highland loch and a Hebridean beach. Sites across Scotland and England are comprehensively described, with a full history of their 'supernatural' events and descriptions of on-site access and facilities.
The first book to explore, in depth, the complete range of paranormal phenomena reported in Cumbria. Here you will find accounts of well-known hauntings, as well as many previously undiscovered locations. This fascinating account of local 'sightings' looks at traditional historical legends as well as modern day experiences, providing fresh knowledge together with the author's personal accounts of new and traditional stories. H C Ivison's ghostly tour of the area is illustrated with many of her own photographs and is an ideal book for anyone curious about the unexplained, or even a paranormal tourist. Turn the pages if you dare, and begin the adventure of your life - or afterlife!
The first book to explore, in depth, the complete range of paranormal phenomena reported in Cheltenham. Here you will find accounts of well-known hauntings, as well as many previously undiscovered locations. This fascinating account of local 'sightings' looks at traditional historical legends as well as modern day experiences, providing fresh knowledge together with the author's personal accounts of new and traditional stories. Ross Andrews' ghostly tour of the area is illustrated with many of his own photographs.
Published in a handy A-Z format, here you will find accounts of wellknown hauntings, as well as many previously undiscovered paranormal locations in the North East of England. The author also attempts to provide fresh knowledge and personal accounts of new and traditional stories. Join Darren Ritson on this ghostly tour of the area, which is also illustrated with his own photographs.
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