Shadows in the Nave

Shadows in the Nave : A Guide to the Haunted Churches of England

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The haunted history of England's churches and chapels is brought vividly to life in this comprehensive and beautifully illustrated modern guide. Here you will encounter the compelling world of the unseen linked with a thousand years of worship - including the Tudor phantom of Rycote, the lonely monk of Minsden Chapel and the black-magic ghosts of Clophill, to name but a few. From the authors of The Borley Rectory Companion comes this astonishing book, which covers seventy-five of the most notorious and lesser known of our haunted ecclesiastical buildings. Combining a wealth of historical and paranormal information with stunning original and atmospheric photographs, this volume is perfect for researchers and armchair ghost hunters alike. Paranormal historian Paul Adams and writer and photographer Eddie Brazil join Peter Underwood, the UK's most experienced ghost hunter and respected author of over fifty books on the supernatural, in another literary partnership that will chill all but the sturdiest of hearts.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 170 x 246 x 12mm | 399.16g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752459201
  • 9780752459202
  • 1,486,858

About Paul Adams

Paul Adams and Eddie Brazil have contributed articles to such publications as "Ghost Voices," "Paranormal," and"Vision."Peter Underwood is the author of more than 40books on the paranormal, including "Guide to Ghosts and Haunted Places" and "Haunted London.""show more

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