Haunted Houses around the Worldby Gregory Branson-Trent
Branson-Trent returns with his fifth in a series of paranormal themed books. In this book you will find all the information needed to take a trip into the world
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With a wide range of information contained within 398 pages in ebook format, Haunted Houses Around The World, presents an indispensable guide to haunted locations and paranormal activity worldwide.
Branson-Trent returns with his fifth in a series of paranormal themed books. In this book you will find all the information needed to take a trip into the world of ghost inhabited homes. Included in this collection are: the Borley Rectory, the Tower of London, Glamis Castle, Raynham Hall, Roosevelt Hotel, Myrtles Plantation, and hundreds more.
Haunted houses are often seen as being inhabited by spirits of deceased who may have been former residents or were familiar with the property. Supernatural activity inside homes is said to be mainly associated with violent or tragic events in the building's past such as murder, accidental death, or suicide—sometimes in the recent or ancient past.
Are you living with ghosts? Most people who've lived in older homes, or stayed in a vintage hotel or inn, have encountered a ghost or two. Whether real or not, the fact is these events do exist and so do paranormal phenomena. In this book is a collection of four hundred Haunted Houses, Castles, Inns, Estates, Pubs, and more. The question is, do you believe?
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The stories are good but the child-like grammar mistakes and run on sentences are extremely distracting
As a paranormal investigator, I loved this book. Great information adn well organized. This book is easily read and very informative. I suggest this to anyone who is into the paranormal. Take a chance, you will not regret it.
This book is just awful. It reminds me of something a grade 5 student would write. I am convinced this was written by a child!!!
I couldn't put this one down. I loved it from front to back. I highly recommend this one!
There were so many spelling and layout errors that it totally threw me off the creepy feeling a good ghost story should give. It seemed hastily and sloppily thrown together in a haphazard way. I'm embarassed to actually own this book.
I loved this and I am sure you will too. Take a chance, you won't regret it.