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The Little Book of Ghosts

The Little Book of Ghosts (Hardback)

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Compiled by paranormal historian Paul Adams, this spine-chilling book features intriguing, obscure, and strange trivia about all things that go bump in the night. Here you will find haunted houses and castles, parks and woods, highways and byways, phantom animals, royal ghosts, angry poltergeists and haunted objects. Also included are spooky seances and time slip ghosts,

as well as some of the famous ghost-hunters themselves, including Harry Price, Elliott O'Donnell and R. Thurston Hopkins.



Anyone curious enough to pick up this book will be terrified and enthralled and never short of some frivolous fact to enhance a conversation or quiz!

Mind, Body & SpiritUnexplained phenomena / the paranormalGhosts & poltergeistsMind, Body & SpiritUnexplained phenomena / the paranormalMonsters & legendary beings Publisher: The History Press Ltd Publication Date: 01/09/2014 ISBN-13: 9780752498683  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
Availability: Currently unavailable to order online.  

Paul Adams is a paranormal historian and the co-founder of The Chiltern Society for Psychical Research. He has contributed articles to such publications as "Ghost Voices," "Vision" and "Paranormal" magazines and, along with Peter Underwood and Eddie Brazil, co-authored "The Borley Rectory Companion" and "Shadows in the Nave: A Guide to the Haunted Churches of England." He is the author of "Ghosts & Gallows" and co-author of "Extreme Hauntings: Britain's Most Terrifying Ghosts."

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