Some Haunted Houses of England and Wales


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(4.5 stars; 39 reviews)

Old buildings necessarily have a history. It is not always a happy history and folklore abounds. Sometimes unhappy souls come back to haunt the current residents or their guests. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, these narratives provide a fascinating insight into the history of the buildings and the hysteria they may induce. - Summary by Lynne Thompson (5 hr 21 min)

Chapters

Preface 1:56 Read by Lynne T
The Green Bank Hotel, Bardsley 11:27 Read by John
No.-- Southgate Street, Bristol 20:42 Read by Dan Gurzynski
Mulready Villa, Near Basingstoke 28:33 Read by Dan Gurzynski
No.-- Park Street, Bath 18:01 Read by Lynne T
The Minery, Devon 11:05 Read by Mike Pelton
Thurlow Hall, Near Exeter 23:50 Read by James K. White
The Guilsborough Ghost 37:27 Read by Lynne T
Wolsey Abbey, Near Gloucester 15:55 Read by John
No. XYZ Euston Road, London 11:43 Read by Larry Wilson
Burle Farm, North Devon 14:42 Read by jblankenship83
Panmaur Hollow, Merioneth 9:42 Read by Mike Pelton
Catchfield Hall, The Midlands 39:20 Read by Mike Pelton
Carne House, Near Northampton 20:58 Read by Mike Pelton
Harley House, Portishead 9:51 Read by Don Nash
The Way Meadow, Somerset 19:10 Read by jblankenship83
No.-- Hackham Terrace, Swindon 8:54 Read by Mike Pelton
Appendix to Hackham Terrace, The Screaming Woman of Tehiddy 9:54 Read by Mike Pelton
Park House, Westminster 7:57 Read by John

Reviews


(4 stars)

Well done. different stories read by different readers. Some stories drag one in. It's nice when they tell the history of the hauntings.


(5 stars)

as a person who has studied parapsy chology I find it almost impossible to find a story I haven't heard before.Lo and behold ,a whole book of them . beautiful reading.loved the no nonsense style of writing