Moray Coast From Cullen to Culbin Through Time

Moray Coast From Cullen to Culbin Through Time

More Murderous Bolton

More Murderous Bolton

More Anglesey Ghosts

Publication Date15th October 2011

Book FormatPaperback





'A man was sitting there, hunched over the dying fire. He turned as we entered and I looked at that awful grey face. He had no eyes.'
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Celebrated spectre inspector Bunty Austin returns to her favourite stomping ground, the Isle of Anglesey, to explore those ghostly sightings deemed too terrifying for inclusion in previous volume Anglesey Ghosts. Some names have been changed to protect the reputation of Bunty's terrified fellow Islanders, but otherwise everything in More Anglesey Ghosts has been vouched for by those unlucky enough to witness these disturbing events. If you dare to trouble these pages, you will discover the secret of the poltergeist of Bryngwran and learn the terrible truth about Old Jessie of Parco. Rosina the opera singer returns to trouble the staff of Wylfa Power Station, and the frantic letter-writing spirit of Llanfair Caer Einion keeps his roommate up all night. And then there are the small matters of the Roman legionary who stalks the ruins of Din Lligwy, and the malevolent eyeless ghost of Llangefui. Of course, not all ghosts are human. Bunty Austin also has news of several spooky dogs, a sheep and a monkey - one of which stands sentinel outside her own home. She also visits Tre-Ysgawen Hall, probably the most haunted building in Anglesey, and uses a ghostly sighting in Amlwch as an opportunity to solve a nineteenth-century murder. Read on - but only if you have the fortitude for handling Anglesey's gruesome night terrors.

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