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Haunted Liverpool 1

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In this spine-chilling book you will hear of a zombie army, a creepy cannibalistic entity who lives behind the walls of a house off Liverpool's Oxford Street, a reaper-like apparition which stalked two security guards at a factory in Fazakerley, the phantom monks of Childwall who dragged a young woman from her bed. My sister has a copy of this book and she loved the long chapter detailing many Liverpool superstitions and omens governing marriage, birth and death. The weird accounts of the unidentified creatures at large in Liverpool today, which are termed "Anonyma". You will meet angels, fairies, ghosts, witches, elves and there are even two romantic stories about people who fell hopelessly in love with ghosts. its like an audio version of the small paperback guides and folk tales on a local area, you pickup when you visit a place.

The stories are so good they don't need to be bulked up, and this book reminds me of haunted Liverpool books 1-10, more to the point and great accounts. To enable personalised advertising (like interest-based ads), we may share your data with our marketing and advertising partners using cookies and other technologies. Tom's interest in the paranormal began in early childhood, when he lived with his family on Melville Place, near Myrtle Street in Liverpool. The creepy account of the psychopathic ghost who haunted a woman's car - and attempted to assault her. It also brings back memories of the club's I used to frequent when I was younger, like a trip down memory lane with a twist.I just wish one of these books was narrated by a local man or woman just to be able to appreciate these tales to there full potential.

I know of one person who knew precisely what had occurred and where(he was living there at the time in Kirkby), but the facts in the haunted liverpool book were faulty. I would recommend these books as a good read on a winter evening, in front of the fire with a hot drink. Since reading that very first book over ten years ago I have fallen in love with all of Tom's books and since it's October I thought I would share my reasons why with you all. He says that he learned from his mother that she had witnessed a ghostly apparition of a Victorian maid carrying a large serving plate along with the eerie sound of children laughing, and he was immediately hooked. The girl who experienced terrifying glimpses of the future whenever she slept with a certain pink pillow under her head.The bizarre character with an axe that confronted two burglars at a house they intended to rob in Grassendale. Tom is also the author of the Tales of the Weird series of books which chronicle strange goings-on all over the world as well as mysteries of history. Unravel the mystery of the Faceless Man of Renshaw Street, and ponder upon the peculiar case of the day when the Devil walked through a snowbound Liverpool.

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