Haunted Lambeth is a collection of real-life stories of apparitions and poltergeists from all across the London Borough of Lambeth. Included are the ghost stories of Lambeth Palace, the terrifying tradition of the 'Tomb of the Tradescants', a ghost at The Old Vic Theatre, the dream house that haunted the entertainer Roy Hudd, supernatural echoes of Waterloo's Necropolis Railway, the ghosts of Ruth Ellis and others at Streatham's Caesar's Nightclub. These stories have been collected and researched over many years, and come from a variety of sources including original newspaper articles, books and, as often as possible, personal communication with people directly involved.
James Clark has been collecting and researching London's ghost stories and legends for almost 20 years. A member of the Ghost Club and the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena (ASSAP), Clark has written numerous articles for magazines, as well as writing a regular column for the US paranormal website "The Morton Report." This will be his third book in The History Press' "Haunted "series. He lives in Mitcham, Surrey.