Explore, in depth, the complete range of paranormal phenomena reported throughout Anglesey in modern times.
Britain is legendary for its ghostly haunts and happenings. Now Collins Ghost Hunters’ Guide to Britain shows travelers the best locations for observing these spectral phenomena. Among the book’s main features are; detailed maps pinpointing each site, including places of particularly high levels of paranormal activity; full descriptions of ghostly occurrences; ghost-hunting tips and instructions; and helpful listings of organized ghost tours, ghostly places to stay, and organizations to contact for further information. Covering the whole of Britain, the guide is complete with a ghost hunters’ calendar as well as a glossary of terms, an index, and recommended reading.
"Painstakingly researched, reviewed by top experts in the field, this practical and fascinating reference is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the mystery of alternative realities. With more than 500 cross-referenced entries, this book is the most substantial and comprehensive encyclopedia of its kind in more than twenty-five years." - back cover.
Mistrust.It was all Adara did.Fear.It was all she ever knew. Adara Kerslake has kept her identity a secret from the Cynn Cruors for as long as she can remember. When Cynn Cruor warrior, Luke Griffiths, comes hurtling into her life, she flounders. Afraid of dealing with the Cynn Cruors and the man who captured her heart, she leaves, burning bridges in the process. Until a loved one forces her to rebuild those links that brings her back into the world she fought so hard to escape from.And to the warrior whose passion haunts her every sleeping and waking moment.Luke goes into a spiral after Adara leaves and it is only by the strength and love of his Cynn Cruor brethren and their women that keeps him from tripping into insanity. To forget her, he prepares to leave for the Ancients' Faesten in Anglesey on a mission that can lead to his death and the banishment of the Manchester Cynn Cruors if he isn't careful. When Adara returns, the last thing Luke wants is to get involved again. But he can't stay away. What's more, someone in the Ancients' Faesten in Anglesey knows who she is and is out to get her.Two missions merge to one. A desire to know the truth becomes entangled with the desire that never waned between Adara and Luke.Until a spectre from Adara's past threatens them both...and brings in a new enemy for the Cynn Cruors. ***CONTENT WARNING: This story contains adult situations and intended for audiences 18+ ONLY*** While characters from my other books have cameo roles in this novel, this book can be read as a standalone.
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.
Anglesey Coast, AD 995 As one of the spoils of war, Welsh princess Eva filia Madoc belongs to his brother. But when the beguiling gray–eyed beauty demands that Reinn Geirsson take her with him when he leaves her father's conquered stronghold, he cannot refuse. Eva is desperate to escape being forced into marriage–and she gambles everything on the hope that Reinn is as honorable as his brother is cruel. What she doesn't expect is the attraction she feels for the Viking warrior, or the desire his kiss ignites within her....
Unidentified Flying Objects are said to have been photographed and filmed in every country in the world, and witnessed by people from many different backgrounds. Yet governments are generally unwilling even to acknowledge the possibility of UFOs and extraterrestrials, and it is civilian organizations that have taken the lead in investigating them. Over a thousand organizations and publications dedicated to investigating alleged UFOs and extraterrestrials are listed in this directory. It focuses on those groups that conduct field research or review investigations (locally, nationally, or internationally), such as the Archives for UFO Research, founded in 1973 and based in Sweden, the British UFO Research Association, founded in 1962 and based in England, Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas de Discos Voadores, founded in 1983 and based in Brazil, Flying Saucer Review, first published in 1955 and based in England, and the National UFO Reporting Center, founded in 1974 and based in Washington State, to name just a few. The entries provide contact information, including the organization or publication's address and telephone number, and in many instances, the organization or publication's fax number, website and email address.
More than 2,300 works of fiction and poetry are discussed, each cross-referenced to other works with similar or contrasting themes. Winners and nominees for major awards are identified. Books that are part of a series are flagged, with a complete list of books in series included in a final chapter, along with a comprehensive list of awards, of translations, and of young adult and children's books.
Examines what is known about 150 physical phenomena, including eyewitness accounts, photographs, and other documentation of such things as UFOs, Noah's Ark, werewolves, crop circles, and sea serpents.
AGAINST HER WILL, SHE WOULD BE MARRIED TO THE DEVIL'S OWN SPAWN Truly, Rhian of Gervaise should despise the knight who would deliver her to a terrifying future. But the more perilous their journey became, the deeper grew her longing for Gareth of Faucon, honor bound to surrender her to fate, but soul-sworn to cherish her as the bride of his heart! Dark powers wanted the Lady of Gervaise dead. Indeed, the enigmatic beauty was possessed of secrets as mysterious as the jeweled pendant she warmed against her heart. But Gareth would do whatever he could to protect her. For destiny deemed he had no other choice!
'A variation on the theme of The Turn of the Screw in the manner of Graham Greene with an olive from The Cocktail Party and a dash of Dashiell Hammett.' Cyril Connolly First published in 1961, The Scarlet Boy saw the versatile Arthur Calder-Marshall venturing into gothic terrain with a study in the paranormal. Historian George Grantley agrees to find a property for his school-friend Kit Everness, now a successful QC, in Grantley's home town of Wilchester. Grantley's eye falls on a place dear to him in childhood: Anglesey House, where his boyhood companion Charles Scarlet lived with his glamorous mother, Helen. But Charles committed suicide there, and some say the house is haunted. Grantley and Everness are undeterred; however, they will come to find their rational views tested, and the lives of their loved ones endangered.