St Albans is a city steeped in history, a place of former martyrs, Roman legions, battles, bloodshed ...and ghosts. Here the paranormal history of this remarkable area is brought vividly to life in the first dedicated guide to its unique haunted heritage that presents true encounters with the world of the strange and the unseen. Paranormal historian Paul Adams opens case files both ancient and modern to compile a chilling collection of supernatural experiences - the much haunted St Albans Cathedral where phantom monks have been seen in daylight and the fighting ghosts of Battlefield House and the legless apparition of a long-dead butler are just some of the unnerving experiences that await the reader.
Paul Adams studied the Borley Rectory case for many years, and co-authored the definitive study, "The Borley Rectory Companion," with Peter Underwood and Eddie Brazil. His upcoming titles include "Ghosts & Gallows: Stories of True Crime & the Paranormal."