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4/5 The West End Ghost Book: A Ghostly Gallivant Through London’s Haunted Heartland
Summary: Sort of a who’s who of creepy ghosts and where to find them in London.
- Kind of glad that I didn’t have this book before my trip to London.
- I heard the audio version. The narrator did a lovely job with the performance, but some of the titles were really hard to distinguish because of the sound effect used to make it even creepier.
- It’s like an occult history book. I found it interesting because it’s vastly different from my usual listening fare.
Conclusion: If you’re up for some ghosts, give this a go.
*I received a free audiobook. I chose to review it.
From Green Park, Broadcasting House, St James Palace, Abandoned Tube Stations, Theatres, private clubs and Hotels no stone is left unturned in this witty and fascinating trip through the West End; We discover its people; famous, rich, poor, dead and alive and are given the Authors theories on the reasons for the apparitions and his sometimes alternative view on historical events. We have succubus, incubus, Merlin, recording ghosts, crisis ghosts, deathbed apparitions and more, all occurring in locations you can visit now!
Time Winters' smokey, versatile narration and quirky production; with sound effects and contemporaneous extracts of songs add an extra special dimension to the whole book. I was led into delving further on the internet in particular search of the story of Madame de Beauclair.
One last hing - Don't EVER go to sleep near a tree in Green Park!!!