Of all the cities in the world, Dublin has a
claim to be the most actively paranormal.
The layers of violent history are there to
see, from the underground caverns of St
Michanís church to the iconic St Stephenís
Green, which has seen hangings and gun
fights over the centuries. Dublin has a
chronicle of hauntings to match any
other place claiming to be steeped in
Hauntings in Dublin is a different kind of
ghost case book. It brings together
established tales and modern unexplained
everyday experiences of Dubliners and
visitors to the city. Here you will find the
famous and the infamous, the literary
celebrities and the unknown people of
the streets, their stories told in a rich
compendium of tales, ancient and
Stephen Wade is a freelance writer
and lecturer, researching both crime
history and paranormal studies.
This is the third book for Halsgrove
in his Hauntings series.
Imprint: Halsgrove. ISBN 978 1 84114 975 2, paperback, 210x148mm, 86 pages. Published October 2009.
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