Haunted Weymouth

Haunted Weymouth

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Who is the unseen lady that makes her presence chillingly felt to those who fail to bid her `Good Morning'? What was the featureless dark shadow that terrified a curious young boy exploring a disused fort? From heart-stopping encounters with a Roman soldier to the mysterious sounds of an ancient battle, this collection of ghostly goings-on and paranormal happenings is a mixture of personal accounts and well-researched local legends, with many of the stories backed up by the town's rich, and sometimes bloody, history. Drawing on historical and contemporary sources, Haunted Weymouth is sure to send a shiver down the spine of anyone daring to learn more about the haunted history of the area. Including many previously unpublished stories, this book will appeal to both serious ghost hunters and those who simply want to discover what frights lurk beneath the surface of this once royal seaside resort.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 162 x 234 x 8mm | 240.4g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752460463
  • 9780752460468
  • 1,548,516

About Alex Woodward

ALEX WOODWARD formed The Ghost Walks of Weymouth in 2008. She leads popular ghost tours around Weymouth throughout the year and has been a guest speaker for many of the town's local history societies. She has also been regularly asked by the local media to provide her expert opinion on local hauntings. In addition to running the walks and associated events, she also owns and runs a successful children's entertainment company.show more

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