According to statistics, only 10% of the world’s population has seen a ghost or experienced something supernatural. What lends substance to this small number is that it is 10% of each generation. Thus, over the millennia, many millions of people have encountered haunts of one sort or another, and it is this rather formidable number that makes the phenomenon believable. What makes them unbelievable is the sceptical 90% and it is between these two disparate hordes – living and dead – that the debate has raged for thousands of years. In this volume there are well known cases – Borley Rectory, the most haunted house in England, the Phantom Battle of Edgehill, the Drummer of Tedworth – but also lesser known occurrences, such as the late Nelly Butler and the Dark Lady of Bognor Regis. There are also chapters on poltergeists, non-human apparitions, spirit voices and demons.
A Gaggle of Ghosts: Lauran Paine
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