Supernatural Tales of the West Midlands

Supernatural Tales of the West Midlands
Author : Neil Kirby
Publisher : Neil Kirby
Total Pages : 107
Release : 2020-05-19
ISBN 10 : 9798644562954
ISBN 13 :
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Supernatural Tales of the West Midlands Book Description:

This series of books includes fresh, new, ghostly tales of the unexplained, supernatural and ghost stories around the West Midlands, starting with Birmingham and Solihull. The book tells 26 short but true stories of normal, everyday people who have had experiences that cannot be easily explained, leaving the reader with chills and questioning what has happened. Some of the stories are the personal experiences of the author during his life, including during his work as a police officer and from colleagues in the ambulance service. Four of the tales included in this book, have extra tales from outside of the West Midlands, some with photographs of unusual happenings are included. All of the stories are true experiences with unusual and unexplained happenings, read the book to make up your own mind.


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