Haunted Wiltshire
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Haunted Wiltshire

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The dark side of Wiltshire's ancient history has left its mark on the county's inns, hotels, stately homes and burial barrows. A hideous dwarf is said to haunt Lacock Abbey; a spooky white cat stalks walkers on the ancient Ridgeway; the Lady in White grabs the shoulders of unwary male visitors in the gardens at Avebury Manor, seeking her lover lost to the Civil Wars,and the Blue Lady pops up in the ladies toilets at the Cross Guns Inn Avoncliff, thought to be the most haunted pub in Wiltshire. These real-life stories have been collected and researched over the years, using a variety of sources and interviews with the people at the heart of the ghostly activity. These tales of unexplained noises, mysterious shadows and ghostly encounters are sure to send a chill down your spineshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 154 x 228 x 4mm | 160g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 60 Illustrations, black and white
  • 0752493116
  • 9780752493114
  • 1,775,134

About Keith Wills

KEITH WILLS has been interested in the supernatural from a young age. In 1995 he formed an investigative group of ghost hunters, and has spent the last seventeen years researching haunted sites around the South West, in particular Wiltshire. He runs the website www.hauntedwiltshire.com. Keith has been interviewed on local radio about local hauntings, and has appeared in the local press. He lives in Devizes, Wiltshire.show more

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