The Haunting Of Woodchester Mansion

Author: Riley Amitrani
ISBN: 9781980780175
Size: 55.46 MB
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Newlyweds Antony and Natalie are bound by more than just their love for one another. They share a true love and passion for the paranormal and run a successful subscription-based video website that showcases their findings and adventures in the realm of the paranormal.The couple search for a location so haunted that it could finally boost ratings for their website and ultimately land them their own paranormal television show. Their research indicates that unlocking the secrets of Woodchester Mansion could be their golden ticket to make them self-actualize beyond belief.Will a visit to one of the most terrifying places on Earth build a better life for Antony and Natalie or will they regret not appreciating the lifestyle they had?

Haunted Cotswolds

Author: Diz White
Publisher: The History Press
ISBN: 0752462393
Size: 45.53 MB
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Eerie encounters with spooks and specters haunting all corners of the CotswoldsFrom accounts of the ghost of a headless King Charles I repeatedly haunting Chavenage House to creepy manifestations around the Rollright Stones, every important poltergeist sighting and supernatural phenomenon of the Cotswolds is described in heart-stopping, spooky detail. This range of hills in west-central England holds a great deal of history in addition to the great beauty of its landscape, towns, and structures that includes castles, manors, and abbeys. These spine-tingling stories from the Cotswolds, collected from both historic and present-day sources, are illustrated with photos, drawings, and archival engravings, and will thrill anyone with an interest in the paranormal.

Take Your Pick Of Haunted Places

Author: G.G. Lake
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 151574471X
Size: 52.51 MB
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Prepare to be scared as you choose between some of the scariest places on Earth. Fun facts willl keep kids scared, interestedÑand grossed out!

Country Matters

Author: Duff Hart-Davis
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Size: 49.14 MB
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Haunted Britain And Ireland

Author: Richard Jones
Publisher: MetroBooks
ISBN: 9781586637507
Size: 42.50 MB
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Presents information on over one-hundred and thirty sites in Britain and Ireland with excerpts from original documentation that details the haunting in historical context.

In Search Of The Paranormal

Author: Richard Estep
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738747009
Size: 37.24 MB
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From exploring the Tower of London to investigating a haunted Colorado firehouse, paranormal researcher Richard Estep takes you behind the scenes for an up-close-and-personal encounter with a fascinating legion of hauntings. This collection reveals some of the most chilling, captivating, and weird cases that Richard has investigated over the past twenty years, in England and in the United States. In Search of the Paranormal is filled with rich historical detail, present-day research, and compelling eyewitness accounts. You are there with the team at each haunted location: walking through a desecrated graveyard, shivering in a dark basement, getting thrown into The Clink, watching a “ghost-lit” stage in an old theater. Employing a variety of investigative methods—from high-tech gadgets to old-fashioned practices such as dowsing, table tipping, and Ouija boards—Richard Estep and his team uncover the dark mysteries of the paranormal realm. Praise: “This book is written from the heart. Believe in the paranormal or not, Richard Estep’s words ring out with sincerity and integrity.”—Patrick Burns, star of Haunting Evidence “Within these pages, you can join Richard on his ghostly adventures, from the UK to the US and experience with him what it’s like to be a Paranormal Investigator.”—Paul Bradford, star of Ghost Hunters International

The Cotswolds

Author: Jane Bingham
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199742227
Size: 65.49 MB
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With its gentle hills and timeless villages, the Cotswold countryside is a vision of natural beauty and rural calm, but it is also a region rich in history. In this new addition to the Landscapes of the Imagination series, Jane Bingham offers an intriguing portrait of the Cotswolds over the centuries, ranging from ancient stone circles and ruined Roman villas to the Cotswolds today, a picturesque destination spot popular with country-weekenders, tourists, and celebrities. Readers will visit fine churches and manor houses that have survived from the Middle Ages, and tour a landscape still bearing the scars of the Civil War. The home of kings and nobles since Saxon times, the region is famous for its elegant estates, such as Blenheim Palace--England's grandest stately home--while signs of the early industrial age can be seen in its mills and factories. Artists, musicians, and writers were also drawn to this rural paradise, from William Shakespeare and William Morris to T.S. Eliot and Ralph Vaughn Williams. Bingham captures it all in her charming portrait of this glorious spot in the heart of southern England.

Paranormal Case Files Of Great Britain Volume 2

Author: Malcolm Robinson
ISBN: 1326874225
Size: 16.35 MB
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Here in the follow up to Paranormal Case Files of Great Britain (Volume 1) Malcolm Robinson continues to provide the public with some astonishing ghostly and paranormal encounters. The book is jam packed with tale after tale of people's own harrowing ghostly experiences. Malcolm also provides the reader with the best case of paranormal activity that he personally has encountered, (The Chingford Seance) All in all, this book is packed to the gunnels with accounts that will simply stand the hair up on the back of your neck!

How To Build A House

Author: Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
Publisher: London : S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington
Size: 62.56 MB
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