. 1988, 104pp
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In Mysterious Places Peter Underwood, President of the Ghost Club, visits locations that 'seem to have been touched by a magic hand'. The haunted old prison at Bodmin in Cornwall and a farm near Winkleigh in Devon where a strange three-way agricultural suicide took place in 1975 are just two such settings. He also writes of eerie happenings on the edge of Exmoor and a strange discovery in the New Forest. Mr Underwood, who has been called Britain's no.1 ghost hunter, visits ghostly Leigh Woods in Avon and speculates on the Cerne Abbas Giant Dorset, and reflects: 'We liven a very mysterious world...'About the Author:
Peter Underwood, world-renowned Ghost Hunter, 'Sherlock Holmes of psychical research', was author of over 50 books on all things paranormal...
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Book Description Bossiney Books, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0948158379
Book Description Bossiney Books, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110948158379