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Haunted Liverpool 28

Author: Tom Slemen
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WELCOME to Haunted Liverpool 28, another dazzling collection of supernatural stories by Tom Slemen, arguably England's greatest writer on the paranormal. In this exceptional book you will read about Liverpool's mysterious third cathedral - dedicated to Mother Nature - which appears and disappears in the mists of time, and you will also encounter a timid man who was possessed by the spirit of an ancient king via an antique chess set. Read also about the many intriguing timeslips in the city, including the disturbing case of a modern female clubgoer who was abducted by two rapists from the 18th century. You will also find yourself holed up in the dead of night with two Liverpool security guards who find themselves under attack from a giant vampire, and you will read the weird case of the adulterous businessman who enlisted a real magician to spirit away his wife! Included among this compendium of macabre and astounding tales you will read of: -The teenaged girl who discovered that her doctor was leading a double life - as a werewolf! -The small-time criminal who fell ill in prison and woke up in a mysterious empty hospital where a terrifying fate awaited him... -The Liverpool reverend who was enlisted by high society to get to the bottom of a supernatural assassin... -The girl who experienced terrifying glimpses of the future whenever she slept with a certain pink pillow under her head... -The failed Liverpool comedian who was possessed by a long-dead occultist who read minds - even the minds of killers... -The shy stammering drama student who was transformed by the clothes of a murdered male prostitute into a sinister dandy, out for lethal revenge... -The Huyton bachelor who found himself living in different eras with three different wives! -The Cressington executive who discovered an amazing secret about his old wardrobe - and the sexual temptations that lay within it... -The Liverpool woman haunted by a little ghostly trumpeter who drove her to drink... -Liverpool's cursed families... is YOUR family cursed? These are just some of the tales of terror, intrigue and the unknown which you will find in Haunted Liverpool 28!


Haunted Liverpool

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Tom Slemen does it yet again. In his Haunted Liverpool 19, the extraordinary writer and researcher brings us another volume of strange, mystifying and downright bizarre tales of the unknown and the supernatural. In this spinechiiling book you will read of a zombie army, a creepy cannibalistic entity who lives behind the walls of a house off Liverpool's Oxford Street, a reaper-like apparition which stalked two security guards at a factory in Fazakerley, the phantom monks of Childwall who dragged a young woman from her bed... plus: * The Tuebrook carpenter who was forced to build a double coffin so a dead occultist could be buried with his living wife... * The terrifying ghoul of a spinster who terrorised a teenager who had sex on her grave... * The sad but fascinating story of a Liverpool student who moved in and out of a parallel world where he met - then lost - the love of his life... * More incredible accounts of Liverpool timeslips... * The creepy account of the psychopathic ghost who haunted a woman's car - and attempted to assault her... * The incredible story of Maggie May - the world famous prostitute who still haunts Liverpool... * The chilling full story of the Witch of Walton... Plus many, many more scary stories from the master storyteller Tom Slemen!


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Werewolves

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Are werewolves real? When the moon is full, do ordinary people under a supernatural curse transform into snarling creatures charging out of the fog, only to revert to human form? Throughout history, people have claimed to have seen weird beings that are part human and part wolf, dog, fox, or even cat. Modern-day eyewitnesses across the United States report strange encounters with dogmen and wolf-like creatures. And while theories abound to explain the stories, the only certain thing is that popular interest in the mystery of werewolves remains strong. Werewolves examines the lore and legends of lycanthropy throughout history and from around the world, describing the many types of werewolves and case studies, and offering readers information they need to conduct their own field investigation.Chapters include: The Mystery of Werewolf History; Will the Real Werewolf Please Stand Up? Did You See What I Saw? Hoax and Illusion; Celebrity Were-Mania - Howling with the Stars; and, Your Field Guide to Werewolves.


Plays by H J Byron

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This volume introduces the works of an important but neglected dramatist, one of the most prolific and popular of the mid-Victorian period. H. J. Byron wrote an enormous number of comedies, burlesques and pantomimes. He invented the characters of Widow Twankay and Buttons, still beloved by modern pantomime audiences. His burlesques of melodrama helped to bring an end to the more outlandish examples of the genre; inveterate punning became his trademark. Byron was also a competent editor, theatre manager and actor specializing in the eccentric roles of his own plays. As playwright he was second only to W. S. Gilbert and Tom Robertson, whose careers he helped to further. Jim Davis has edited four of the plays, illustrating them with contemporary drawings and providing an extensive introduction.


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