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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Kent Stories of the Supernatrual
  • W.H. Johnson
  • English
  • 22 September 2017
  • 1853066508

10 thoughts on “Kent Stories of the Supernatrual

  1. Barbra Barbra says:

    Good stories of true hauntings No photographs Good read.Back Cover Blurb Kent has a wealth of sightings from the Grey Lady of Cleve Court near Minster in Thanet to the multiple hauntings of the Pantiles area in modern Tunbridge Wells The book reveals other strange hauntings and mysteries too How could Lord Lyttleton who died just before midnight at his house in Epsom appear at exactly the same time at the bedside of his friend Miles Andrew, thirty miles away in Dartford Why do so many peopl Good stories of true hauntings No photographs Good read.Back Cover Blurb Kent has a wealth of sightings from the Grey Lady of Cleve Court near Minster in Thanet to the multiple hauntings of the Pantiles area in modern Tunbridge Wells The book reveals other strange hauntings and mysteries too How could Lord Lyttleton who died just before midnight at his house in Epsom appear at exactly the same time at the bedside of his friend Miles Andrew, thirty miles away in Dartford Why do so many people think they have had a fatal road accident at Blue Bell Hill north of Maidstone Is the ghost, fondly known as Humphrey, who haunts the Theatre Royal, Chatham really that of a trapeze artist who bungled a performance in front of King Edward Vll and later hanged himself from the dress circle Was it a poltergeist that caused so much damage over a two year period to adjoining sheds on the Grove Park allotments in Bromley And who is Sailor Sam in his sou wester and oilskins who regularly appears aboard Radio Caroline Can Dover Castle be called the most haunted place in Kent Within its walls there have been sightings of, among others, an old woman and her dog, a man in a purple cloak, a woman in a long red dress, a drummer boy, a Roman soldier and a very agitated ghost who keeps repeating the name Helen


  2. Osama Osama says:

    one of the most scary books i ve ever read in my life i even thought that a ghost got in my house that why i moved to another one if you are into supernatrual this book is for ya


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Kent Stories of the SupernatrualA collection of tales from Kent, including the Bromley Poltergeist, Phantoms of the Pantiles and Spirits of the Theatre Royal, Chatham


About the Author: W.H. Johnson

In 1988 I retired from the post I had held for ten years as a Schools Inspector in south London Prior to that I had been a comprehensive school head for thirteen years and before that well, that s back in the mists of time but it includes being brought up in South Shields, County Durham, and later Hexham, Northumberland There were my happy grammar school days my expanding world view during two and a half years in the services my University and then onto the serious world which, when I look back on it, seems to have passed with incredible swiftness Life s sneaky that way It just goes on and on and then one morning you wake up and realise your working days are over Just like that Since retirement I have writtenthan twenty non fiction books on local history, true crime, disasters, the supernatural and superstitions I have won several awards including the South East Arts Prose Prize and I was a finalist in the Fenner Brockway Peace Prize for Literature Most books have been traditionally published, the rest self published I have written two novels, And Such Great Names as These , winner of the NAWG Award for best novel , and Winter Hunt These books I wrote under the name of Allen Makepeace see separate account below Winter Hunt , a thriller set in the early nineteenth century, reflects my interest in the criminal history of England My first book was The Macaroni Dancers , a collection of prize winning short stories, set in north east England.In April 2012 I wrote A VIRGIN IN THE PHILIPPINES which is available only in e book format It begins Three years ago I d never have given a thought to visiting the Philippines It wouldn t have appeared in even my top hundred places to visit Come to that, I d never thought of re marrying This 40,000 word travelogue,a diary than a guide book, describes my marriage to a Filipina by the way, we met through neither a dating agency nor ebay and my two extended stays in her homeland Lest there should be any doubt, I am the virgin in question though only in a figurative sense I love the Philippines, the place and the people and I hope it shows though my writing.