Haunted Liverpool 18

Haunted Liverpool 18  is one of the best Tom Slemen books I have ever read, packed with some of the scariest but also thought-provoking stories Tom has ever penned. Zozzaby makes a chilling reappearance in this book, which is in paperback and Kindle format (I bought the Kindle version).  The story that stands out for me in this collection has got to be Woodentop, and reading it alone in my bedroom really creeped me out. I won’t say much more because I might spoil the story but i guarantee it’ll linger in your mind for a while. My sister has a copy of this book and she loved the long chapter detailing many Liverpool superstitions and omens governing marriage, birth and death. There are so many other fantastic parts of this book. Here’s the blurb and link:

Welcome to Haunted Liverpool 18 – an amazing book that leaves other works on the supernatural light years behind. Once again, that master of mystery and the supernatural, Tom Slemen, takes us on a tour of the Liverpool nobody knows; a Haunted Liverpool in which you will be confronted with such creatures as the child vampire Amelia, who haunts a house in Norris Green, and the Werewolf of Abercromby Square which terrorised two security guards…
You will also read about:
* The spinechilling case of the Haunted Cars of Wavertree that played a deadly game of cat and mouse with the police…
* The bizarre character with an axe that confronted two burglars at a house they intended to rob in Grassendale…
* The Liverpool adulterer who had a run-in with a terrifying real-life warlock…
* A disturbing timeslip which gave a terrifying glimpse of the future in Kirkby…
* A series of premonitions made by dozens of people that seem to predict a major disaster in Liverpool city centre with a great loss of life…
* The sinister story of the annual procession of ancient ghostly soldiers on horseback that ride through houses in Dovecot…
* The horrifying predictions of death and mutilation, accurately foretold by the ouija…
* The eerie story of the chain currency – banknotes that are inscribed with deadly curses in Liverpool…
* The many obscure and intriguing Liverpool superstitions and omens relating to love, pregnancy and marriage…
* Strange reports of encounters with angels of light – and angels of death in Liverpool…
* The strange and scary tale of the violent phantom known as the Thing on Miller’s Bridge – which is still at large…
* The frightening encounters with the creature known as the Hanover Street Shapeshifter…
* The many ghosts of Walton Gaol…including the evil apparition of an old-fashioned warder that attacked two prisoners…
And many, many more tales of Liverpool that will have you sleeping with the light on, all courtesy of Liverpool’s greatest writer of ghost stories – Tom Slemen…

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