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Very dry and not particularly exciting it was similar to reading a textbook It fails to mentionfamous hauntings but this may have been intentional to focus onunheard of local legends There are some gems in there, but the book had the unfortunate tendency to repeat theboring stories over and over where the only difference where the places and people It may have been better the author included greater variety in the collection The upside to this repetition is that I could n Very dry and not particularly exciting it was similar to reading a textbook It fails to mentionfamous hauntings but this may have been intentional to focus onunheard of local legends There are some gems in there, but the book had the unfortunate tendency to repeat theboring stories over and over where the only difference where the places and people It may have been better the author included greater variety in the collection The upside to this repetition is that I could now tell you everything you need to know about wild hunts Did ya hear about that wild hunt they have in Peterborough I wouldn t recommend it to anyone [[ DOWNLOAD ]] ✗ Haunted England: The Penguin Book of Ghosts ⇻ Includes supernatural tales and legends from a ghostly army marching across Cumbria to the vanishing hitchhiker of Bluebell Hill, from the gruesome Man Monkey of Shropshire to the phantom congregation who gather for a Sermon of the Dead In a sentence, how can any book lay claim to be The book of ghosts in Haunted England and not even mention Borley Rectory Mostly a collection of old ghost stories ancient ghost stories that are all right, but Just the right amount of scariness , a great book to dip into most of the places mentioned, are open to the public, If you like ghost, and legends, and a good scare, this is ideal I haven t really read this I was slightly dissapointed with the lack of spine chilling anecdotes.It readslike an encyclopaedia, but I will finish it. A really dry book which did not even have accurate stories of haunted places in England Most stories were from the 19th century Not recommending the book There were some curious supposedly real ghost stories, mostly though, I found it disappointing and far less intriguing that I expected Even for the pure tourist interest it was a waste of time.