The Haunted City
- Narrated by: Priscilla Finch
- Length: 6 hrs
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-06-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Tom Slemen
Take for example the phantom mare of Dovecot House, which wreaked revenge on Ralph Walsh, the man who had poisoned her...
The chilling case of the greedy Toxteth man who was willing to sacrifice the soul of a homeless man to obtain the winning Euromillions Lottery numbers from the Devil
The psychopathic doppelganger that attempted to kill its flesh-and-blood counterpart.
The "Red Menace" - a ghastly zombie-like being that has stalked Liverpool children for decades.
The Phantom Road that appears on the M62 and hypnotically draws motorists to their deaths.
The gut-wrenching story of the Wind from Hell - when a raging hurricane uprooted trees and coffins galore in St James's Cemetery - was it a natural occurrence - or the result of a gypsy's curse? This story is not to be read if you have a weak stomach!
The well-documented case of the "Sefton Park Vampires" who terrorised a party of students in the 1960s.
The boy who was stalked by a "fetch" - a creepy little wizened figure of an old woman who followed the child home to...well, you'll have to read the book to find out.
The terrifying case of a bizarre, apparently cannibalistic entity known as "Hilty" who had his lair in a derelict house on William Henry Street
The bizarre case of the four suicides committed across Liverpool on the same night that linked up to form a perfect geometric design on a map of the city...
Plus many more strange tales from Liverpool's darker side...
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By Admiralu on 24-04-18
More Creepy Little Known Stories
This was another great collection of strange and unusual tales of haunted city of Liverpool from noted author Tom Slemen. His book series can frighten, educate, inform and entertain. His meticulous research combined with a gift for storytelling make this an enjoyable read. These tales are all true, unusual and unsettling. They are also addicting and difficult to put down. I read and listened to the audio book version. The American female narrator was clear, and delivered a somewhat monotone reading. These books are British and should be read by a British narrator.