Supernatural North

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Amberley Publishing Limited, Oct 15, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages
The Supernatural North is the latest in a long line of books by Darren W Ritson. This exciting new volume details scores of the most terrifying ghost tales and supernatural legends that the north of England has to offer. From the Scottish Borders to South Yorkshire, from the North West Coast to the North East Coast, this book is sure to delight all ghost enthusiasts. Featured in this volume is a full chapter devoted to the South Shields Poltergeist case which the author co-investigated with Mike Hallowell in 2006. A large section of the book is also dedicated to the north of England's most famous haunting, Willington Mill, along with various other chapters detailing spine chilling ghosts and blood curdling hauntings from the North Country. There is also a fascinating and detailed look at the north's screaming skull legends. Places visited in the book number into their hundreds and include theatres, castles, public houses, hotels, stately homes, public parks and even a lighthouse or two. With a lengthily foreword by Peter Underwood FRSA - acknowledged as the worlds leading ghost hunter, The Supernatural North promises to be one of the finest ghost books you will ever read.

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Darren W. Ritson is a prolific author who has had an interest in the paranormal for most of his life, following some strange experiences he had as a child. He is a Civil Servant who lives in North Tyneside. Darren founded the North East Ghost Research Team in May 2003 after a lifelong interest in the fascinating subject of 'ghostlore'. Darren continues to investigate, write and interview witnesses in his endless quest for answers about ghosts and haunting. He lives on North Tyneside with his long-term partner Jayne and their daughter Abbey.

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