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Haunted Edinburgh

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Haunted Edinburgh.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Alan Murdie(Author)

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Drawing upon a wide range of sources, this chilling collection of true-life tales contains never before published cases of hauntings, phantoms and poltergeists in the Edinburgh area. Containing heart-stopping accounts of apparitions, manifestations and related supernatural phenomena, it takes the reader on a tour of the city's streets and buildings, through convents, cellars, churches and attics. Drawing upon the author's own extensive archives and richly illustrated with more than 70 archive images, Haunted Edinburgh will delight anyone with an interest in the supernatural history of the city.

Alan Murdie is the former chairman of the Ghost Club. As well as his own extensive archive of material, he also has access to the archives of ghost hunter extraordinaire Andrew Green. His previous titles include Haunted Brighton and Haunted Bury St Edmunds.

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Book details

  • PDF | 96 pages
  • Alan Murdie(Author)
  • The History Press (1 Jun. 2007)
  • English
  • 4
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By K. Ludlow on 15 November 2007

    This book is fantastic, and the pictures are amazing. The author used to be the chairman of the Ghost Club; if you get a chance, check out his Haunted Brighton and Bury St Edmunds too. St Edmunds has the most horrible picture of a mummified cat ever seen! This one has photos of the scratches on a woman's arm allegedly caused by a poltergeist, and Lady Zeyla holding the cursed bone she stole from an Egyptian tomb in the 1920s! I'm going to go to a few of the places just to see what happens...If you know Edinburgh at all, you'll love it. If you don't, you'll want to go! It would make a really good Christmas present xx

  • By sandra west on 19 September 2013


  • By Mr. Rd Kirkby on 18 June 2011

    Not too bad this book is full of info, I bought for research for a project that has now been finished :) will be on DVD soon.... you can watch and edited version on you tube it's called Art Of The Ghost Hunter.Enjoy :)

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