Haunted Liverpool 20

I absolutely love this volume of Haunted Liverpool, particularly the Grim Reaper reports, because I remember how, at the age of six, I looked out my bedroom window one evening when I lived in Childwall as a little boy, and saw what I can only describe as the archetypal image of the Grim Reaper standing in next door’s garden. He didn’t carry the scythe but he was abnormally tall – about 7ft or more – and was a silhouette with a pointy hood. The next day our neighbour Mr Harris dropped dead of a heart attack. He was only 41. I also like the Lady Death story in this book, and i have heard of this ghost being seen in the old Infirmary on Pembroke Place. Here’s the blurb and link to this great book:

Yet again, Tom Slemen, Liverpool’s foremost authority on the supernatural, delivers another spinechilling and stimulating book in this, the twentieth volume of his phenomenally popular Haunted Liverpool series. In this amazing book you will read of:
+ A horrifying vampire hunt in 1960s Liverpool…

+ The curse of the ghostly Green Ladies – just to see them foretells death and tragedy…

+ Menlove Avenue’s fairy ring, where the mischievous Fay often abduct people and play eerie games with mortals…some of you out there may even be offsprings of the Fay…

+ The creepy ghost known as Scotch Mist who haunts a Wavertree Street…

+ The bizarre hit and run victim who returned to life and terrified two mortuary workers…

+ The mysterious Blue Lady, who sometimes helps those who conjure her up…

+ Pembroke Place’s “Mrs Death” – a Victorian lady in black who preys on the dying…

+ Incredible documented stories of Liverpool wraiths and doppelgangers…

+ The eerie tale of Lodge Lane’s phantom strangler…will you be his next victim?

+ The stomach-churning tale of the man who was stalked by the ghost of the headless lady he had a ‘thing’ for…guaranteed to play on your mind, long after you have read this ghastly tale…

+ The bizarre entity known as the Lomax Demon, which has been seen by many people in Liverpool City Centre…what is it and where does it come from?

+ The astounding but enigmatic story of a Liverpool mortgage broker who found himself in a land of giants…

+ The intriguing but scary examples of how death and murder repeat themselves over the years…

+ The sinister case of the Thing on Moreton Common that was washed up in the Great Storm of 1987…

+ The weird story of the “Little Green-Eyed idol” which spread a mysterious incurable disease across the North West…

+ More incredible timeslips from across Merseyside…

+ The chilling account of Tamara’s Tattoo…and the grim things people saw within it…

And these are just some of the many paranormal and inexplicable stories from Tom Slemen, in Haunted Liverpool 20!

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