Lancashire is rich in its folklore, and its history is dominated by the Pendle Witches and by the hunting and killing of catholic recusants in the Tudor period. Unexplained hauntings and disturbances across the county often relate to these turbulent years of British history, and Stephen Wade includes many of these tales in this collection, but the series also has plenty of stories of what might be called everyday paranormal: the voices heard, the glimpses of something unworldly, the shadowy outline on the photo.. All these and more are included in these collections of Red Rose county ghostly narratives from past and present. The books in the series are: Red Rose Paranormal: Halls and Manors:ISBN 978-1-78156-088-4Red Rose Paranormal: Ordinary and Extraordinary Unexplained TalesISBN 978-1-78156-089-1Red Rose Paranormal: Eerie Disturbances in the workplaceISBN 978-1-78156-090-7Red Rose Paranormal: Strange and Curious: Everyday ParanormalISBN 978-1-78156-091-4In this ebook: The Stockham NavvyAirport GhostsPennies from heaven:Jane at the Railway InnToo Many Ghosts at the Old Man and ScytheSunlight House StoriesGiant in the HeadlightsGeorge at the AdelphiBrannigansSyke Lumb Farm and DilworthBlackpool TowerBooth Hall talesOctagon TheatreThe Old OriginalBill oJacks Boars DenSkull HouseMiley Tunnel GhostQuarrymans Arms CellarThe Mental AsylumThe Red RockHaunted LiftAntiques Shop GhostWalton Prison TalesStephen Wade is a freelance non-fiction writer, now with over 60 books in print, mostly in crime history and biography. His previous books for DB Publishing have been in the Heroes, Villains and Victims series.Stephen has published three paranormal titles and has written for the related magazines. He has also worked as historical advisor for Derek Acorahs Ghost Towns on Living TV.
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