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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Dark stories from a haunted island

From the Yorkshire Post:

EVERY child will have asked the question on whether ghosts really exist, but Sir Simon Marsden has made a career out of it. Sitting around a roaring fire as a five-year-old in his family home at a haunted Lincolnshire mansion, his lifelong fascination with the paranormal was born as his father regaled him with tales of the unexplained. Over the intervening decades, the internationally-renowned photographer has amassed a vast library of eerie black and white images documenting some of Britain's most haunted locations. He has now published more than 100 of the atmospheric shots in a new book, launched yesterday at Clifford's Tower in York, which lays claim to being the world's most haunted city.
That sounds like a great book. For those interested, Yorkshire plays a key role in my manuscript.


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