From screaming woods and hellhounds to phantom planes, poltergeists and apparitions, this collection of hauntings - which includes stories from Pluckley, reputedly Britain's most ghost-infested village - unearths the ghostly secrets of Ashford, the heart of the `Garden of England'. Featuring an array of haunted priories, public houses, castles and churchyards, including many spiritual encounters that have never appeared in print before, Haunted Ashford will delight everyone with an interest in the darker side of the area's history. Neil Arnold, who has researched the area for many years, is a full-time writer and paranormal researcher.
|Publication date:||1st August 2011|
|Publisher:||The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Local history, Ghosts & poltergeists,|
Neil Arnold, author of Paranormal London and Paranormal Kent, is a full-time researcher into the supernatural. He is a regular contributor to paranormal magazines and has worked with the BBC, ITV and Sky, as well as finding time to lecture on local mysteries to hundreds of societies throughout Kent.More About Neil Arnold