- Bunty Austin
15th February 2013
Author and paranormal investigator Bunty Austin reveals insights into Anglesey folklore and resurrected ghost stories, which have long been forgotten, in this compelling read. The ghosts of Anglesey are of great age, their manners and appearance hinting at beliefs older than the oldest books. They are bold and memorable, striking in appearance, forceful in character, often terrifying and sometimes even dangerous. Within the pages of this book you will discover the daunting behaviour of the ghost in Coal Hole and the terrible goings-on at Amlwch Lockup; you will find yourself drawn in as a spectator to the trial of Dic Richardson for blood-thirsty murder (and the haunting that followed); and you will uncover what really happened to Megan, who was led away on horse-back by a group of soldiers (if you're not too scared). Prepare for a fascinating tour of ghostly encounters from the haunted hub of North Wales - no other island has such a rich store of history, which must be kept alive at all costs.