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The Haunted City

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    Tom Slemen(Author)

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'Running parallel to the conventional history of Liverpool ... there is an unseen seam of supernatural stories that have been largely ignored by the strait-laced historians,' says Torn Slemen, who is, of course, fascinated by this other history and no subject matter is too strange or too terrifying to merit his scrutiny. While some stories may prove to be nothing more than urban myths, many turn out to be only too spine-chillingly true. Take for example the phantom mare of Dovecot House, which wreaked revenge on Ralph Walsh, the man who had poisoned her... Plus:* The chilling case of the greedy Toxteth man who was willing to sacrifice the soul of a homeless man to obtain the winning Euromillions Lottery numbers from the Devil * The psychopathic doppelganger that attempted to kill its flesh-and-blood counterpart * The "Red Menace" - a ghastly zombie-like being that has stalked Liverpool children for decades * The Phantom Road that appears on the M62 and hypnotically draws motorists to their deaths * The gut-wrenching story of the Wind from Hell - when a raging hurricane uprooted trees and coffins galore in St James's Cemetery - was it a natural occurrence - or the result of a gypsy's curse? This story is not to be read if you have a weak stomach! * The well-documented case of the "Sefton Park Vampires" who terrorised a party of students in the 1960s * The boy who was stalked by a "fetch" - a creepy little wizened figure of an old woman who followed the child home to...well, you'll have to read the book to find out. * The terrifying case of a bizarre, apparently cannibalistic entity known as "Hilty" who had his lair in a derelict house on William Henry Street * The many sightings of John Lennon's ghost at Strawberry Field and other areas of the city * The crossed line that allowed eavesdroppers to hear future events... * The bizarre case of the four suicides committed across Liverpool on the same night that linked up to form a perfect geometric design on a map of the city...Plus many more strange tales from Liverpool's darker side... If you are prepared to join with Tom in confronting those mysteries that lie just beneath the surface of Liverpool and dare to delve into that world of the supernatural that touches us all, read "The Haunted City" by Liverpool’s most well-known and most successful local writer – Tom Slemen, author of the ultra-popular Haunted Liverpool series of books.
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  • PDF | 228 pages
  • Tom Slemen(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (12 Aug. 2015)
  • English
  • 2
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Allison Binns on 1 March 2013

    Very good and Tom is an excellent storyteller. I can never finish his books fast enough... I can also highly recommend his Haunted Liverpool series of books - unputdownable.

  • By J. Whitelaw on 13 September 2011

    As always an interesting book by Tom Slemen. Great teller of these cases, I only wish some of them would happen to me

  • By Mrs Zoe Boyer on 30 October 2015

    Always delivers a good read/book and this doesn't disappoint. I think there was only 1 story I'd read before. Can't wait for the next one

  • By john g on 18 January 2016

    As always, Tom Slemens books, about haunted Liverpool, never disapoints," The Haunted City", yet another excellent one.

  • By S Davis on 7 September 2016

    Another great book from Tom, absolutely loved it. Didnt want it to end!

  • By Michael Foley on 23 November 2015

    A great read and a very good seller

  • By Kindle Customer on 14 April 2014

    Another good book by slemen- if you like his others you will not be disappointed.Good read overall. Would reccomend.

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