The paranormal histories of Luton and Dunstable are brought vividly to life in this, the first dedicated guide to the haunted and mysterious sites of these two unassuming Bedfordshire towns. Paranormal historian Paul Adams opens case files both ancient and modern to compile a chilling collection of supernatural experiences, ranging from apparitions on lonely Galley Hill and the phantom Dunstable hitch-hiker to the haunted corridors of the doomed Alma Theatre and the ghostly knights of Someries Castle. Richly illustrated and full of first-hand accounts, it will fascinate anyone with an interest in the unexplained.
Paul Adams has been interested in ghosts and the paranormal since around the age of eight. He studied the Borley Rectory case for many years, and coauthored the definitive study," The Borley Rectory Companion." His upcoming titles include "Ghosts & Gallows: Stories of True Crime & the Paranormal."