Chatham is a town steeped in history and strange folklore, but much of its ghostly past, and present, remains unwritten. For the first time ever the spectral secrets of this place are uncovered as we delve into ghost stories obscure and well known, from an array of haunted houses and shops, to shedding new light on classic local legends such as Chatham Dockyard and Fort Amherst. Many stories appear for the first time in print with information gained first-hand from witnesses who've experienced the phenomena. Richly illustrated, Haunted Chatham is your guide to one of Kent's most supernatural places.
- Electronic book text | 96 pages
- 31 Jan 2012
- The History Press Ltd
- Stroud, United Kingdom
About Neil Arnold
Neil Arnold is a full-time author and folklore researcher. He conducts talks on the subject of monsters, ghosts and the paranormal, and is also a full-time monster-hunter (specialising particularly in researching Kent's Big Cat sightings). He hosts regular ghost walks, and has worked with the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4, as well as appearing on radio shows across the world.