The paranormal history of High Wycombe is brought vividly to life in this, the first dedicated guide to the haunted and mysterious sites of this Buckinghamshire town. Writer, photographer and psychical researcher Eddie Brazil brings together a chilling collection of supernatural experiences, ranging from Hughenden Manor, where the ghost of Benjamin Disraeli walks the corridors, to the phantom horseman of Penn village, the sinister Woman in Black at Burleighfield House, and the troubled shade of The George Inn. Here there are haunted roads, cellars, railway lines, woods, caves and buildings, both ancient and modern, where a host of ghostly denizens from the compelling and chilling world of the supernatural draw disturbingly close to the living. Richly illustrated and full of first-hand accounts, this book will fascinate everyone with an interest in the unexplained.
Eddie Brazil studied the Borley Rectory case for many years, and co-authored the definitive study, "The Borley Rectory Companion," with Peter Underwood and Paul Adams. His upcoming titles include "Extreme Hauntings: Britain's Most Terrifying Ghosts."