Ghosts Of Kent
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|Author||: Petre Underwood|
|Publsiher||: Peter Underwood|
|Total Pages||: 129|
|Genre||: Body, Mind & Spirit|
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The first expert exploration of the haunted houses and authentic ghosts of Kent, this volume is filled with fascinating true ghost stories from times past. Read about the curious case of Anne West of Old Bayhall Manor, who ‘was always worried that she might be buried while yet alive’, or the ‘ghostly old gentleman’ of Cleve Court in Minster, who, when he turns up, is treated ‘more as a guest than a ghost’ - because ‘the dear old thing means no harm’. And there is Lympne Castle, where Underwood once took a party of Ghost Club members: ‘I had just obtained a description of the room, when one of the Club members rushed into the kitchen begging me to accompany her to one of the towers where “something horrible had once taken place”…’.
|Author||: Alice Diane Saylor Daniels|
|Publsiher||: Arcadia Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 144|
Download Ghosts of Chestertown and Kent County Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Discover the haunting history and local lore of one of the oldest counties along the Chesapeake Bay’s Eastern Shore. Strange encounters and ghostly presences haunt the historic streets of Chestertown and the backcountry roads of Kent County. In this fascinating volume, author and local historian D.S. Daniels explores the events behind the ghost lore of Chestertown and Kent County. The centuries-old Kent County Courthouse may be home to the ghost of Esther Anderson, who was sentenced to burn at the stake in 1746. Strange lights float above Caulk's Field, where fallen British marines were buried during the War of 1812. The scent of lavender accompanies the ghost of Aunt Polly at the Geddes-Piper House, while the spectral Tall Man waits for passersby on a lonely country bridge.
|Author||: Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey|
|Total Pages||: 177|
Download Ghosts in the Valley Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A remarkable collection of "terrible but true" ghost stories. This enduringly popular book, originally written in the 1970s by New York Times Best Selling author, Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey, has recently been revised and edited by the author's daughter. Each page of this fascinating book offers readers authenticated accounts and eye witness reports of psychic phenomena and supernatural encounters that have occurred, and in many cases, are still occurring in the Delaware Valley area. The 40th Anniversary edition of GHOSTS IN THE VALLEY includes introductory comments by the Amazing Kreskin, stunning interior photographs and graphic images, as well as new supplemental material. Everybody loves a good ghost story and no one tells them better than Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey.
|Author||: Richard McKenzie|
|Total Pages||: 150|
Download They Still Serve A Complete Guide to the Military Ghosts of Britain Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The green fields of Britain hide a grim secret. Beneath the buttercups are the bones of untold numbers of soldiers who died for causes now lost in the mists of time. From hotels to houses, castles to council estates, these warriors walk reminding us of our bloody past.
|Author||: Neil Arnold|
|Publsiher||: The History Press|
|Total Pages||: 149|
Download Haunted Isle of Sheppey Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Although only 30 or so square miles in size, the Isle of Sheppey, situated off the coast of Kent, is one of the most atmospheric locations in Britain. Its windswept marshes and rugged coastlines provide the ideal habitat for a diversity of wildlife and the island boasts some very old buildings. But these fog-enshrouded marshes and ancient structures also harbour several unnerving ghost stories. All manner of apparitions have been sighted or rumoured here – from spectral smugglers and ghostly animals to phantom monks, as well as a wealth of other spine-tingling phenomena. Folklorist Neil Arnold takes to the eerie fields and darkest corners of the Isle of Sheppey to unravel just who and what haunts this mystical island.