Haunted Hartlepool & East Durham

Haunted Hartlepool & East Durham

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From heart-stopping accounts of apparitions, manifestations and supernatural phenomena to first-hand encounters with phantoms, spirits and ghouls, this collection of spooky sightings from around Hartlepool and East Durham is guaranteed to make your blood run cold.

The sweep of East Durham's mining landscape is host to countless spectres, while in Hartlepool - where legends are a part of the town's very fabric - ghostly goings-on have been reported at houses, clubs, schools, roads, ships and even a former airport. Pubs figure widely, and one local brewery is a veritable hive of paranormal activity. With tales of historical ghosts to modern hauntings, many investigated by the author himself whilst a journalist for the Hartlepool Mail, this book offers a unique glimpse into the ghostly legacy of the region's past that is sure to appeal to anyone interested in a spot of ghost hunting. So draw the curtains, dim the lights, choose your favourite chair and immerse yourself in a journey into the realms of the unfathomable.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 7.62mm | 113.4g
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 65 Illustrations, black and white
  • 0750952350
  • 9780750952354
  • 2,197,842

About Paul Screeton

Paul Screeton was a journalist for over 40 years, writing for the likes of the" Billingham & Stockton Express," the "Hartlepool Mail," and the "Hull Daily Mail." He is currently editor of the magazine "Folklore Frontiers." He has also written 12 non-fiction titles, including: "The Lambton Worm and other Northumbrian Dragon Legends," "Tales of the Hexham Heads," and "Who Hung The Monkey."
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