Haunted Liverpool 27

  • by Tom Slemen
  • Narrated by Nigel Peever
  • 14 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the long-awaited Haunted Liverpool 27 - which contains over 40 stories of the uncanny and the downright weird; a collection of strange, terrifying, and even romantic tales by Tom Slemen, one of England's premier writers and researchers of all things supernatural. In this astounding volume of weird stories you will hear of Trix, a bizarre paranormal entity who appears as a sinister jester at a certain place on Renshaw Street, the crazy case of two men who swapped their lives, and in this book you will also learn of the Everton Witch, who cursed and even killed people with her spells. There are also unearthly tales of a woman who could gauge the true nature of people - including Reggie Kray - by reading their auras, and there are some very strange accounts of disembodied legs that haunted a Fazakerley house, a cat that somehow became a beautiful teenaged girl, a radio in a Duke Street cafe which gave tomorrow's news, a terrifying phantom nun who stalks Knowsley, and most bizarre and disturbing of all - the "Gloater" - a creepy man who roams Anfield Cemetery, mocking the dead - till a couple of local men decided to teach him a lesson. You will also savour supernatural stories concerning the violent ghosts known as the Scotch Uncles, and a real-life shapeshifter which caused a Liverpool girl to have a nervous breakdown - and he's still out there. You will also find more accounts of local vampires in the amazing book, as well as a number of newly-documented timeslips, and a glimpse of a version of Liverpool where there are no men - and in addition to all this there are stories of some disturbing local cults - including the one that tried to sacrifice a young lady returning from a night out at the Paradox Club.


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Great listen Looking forward to Haunted Liverpool 28 and further audiophiles in this haunted Liverpool series
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- Kindle Customer

The most entertaining book ever!

The narrator really does this book! He makes the characters come alive with different voices and dialects. The dialogue between the characters is sometimes hilarious and made me laugh out loud. I don’t care if the stories are real or not, it’s entertaining either way.
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- Atjo75

Book Details

  • Release Date: 18-05-2017
  • Publisher: Tom Slemen