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.