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Mysterious Britain Reviews 'Two Haunted Counties'
Ian Topham from the Mysterious Britain website has reviewed the first Limbury Press title, Tony Broughall's Two Haunted Counties. See Mysterious Britain; the text is posted below:

I have read a lot of gazetteer books based on the paranormal and after opening Two Haunted Counties I quickly realized that it would become one of my firm favorites. Based upon Tony Broughall's 1978 book Ghosts of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, this new book, Two Haunted Counties, draws upon Tony's forty years experience investigating the paranormal and gives an up to date account on some of the locations and experiences featured in the original book.

Within its 156 pages are 56 black and white photographs and a large A-Z formatted collection (over 160) of hauntings and other paranormal experiences from Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, including well known cases such as the haunting of Minsden Chapel, The Brocket Arms, St Albans Abbey and St Mary's Church at Clophill, as well a host of cases Id never heard about.

Usually I like to see maps associated with gazetteers, but to be honest, I don't think this book needs them as the content is good enough in itself. If you like visiting the Mysterious Britain & Ireland website, I think you'll love Two Haunted Counties - A Ghost Hunter's Companion to Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire.

Ian Topham
Mysterious Britain

5 Sep 2010 - 21:12 by Limbury Press XNews | comments (0)
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