THE SUPERNATURAL IS EVERYWHERE
In your home, on the street, in the countryside, around the world:
In Denmark, the ghost of the White Lady, who freezes her quarry with an intense chill.
In Germany, a succubus, who seduces and devours its prey.
In New Zealand, the ghost of a murdered girl, who scrabbles and scratches at a cubicle wall.
In Japan, the sea-dwelling Kappa, who drags young children into the icy depths.
In Chile, the Chupacabra, a supernatural creature who kills in our world, before leaving for another.
In the UK, Satanic cults inhabit the Cornish countryside, awaiting their next unsuspecting victim.
No longer can we ignore the signs. Enter the Black Book if you dare to believe.
Alasdair Wickham is the pen name of James Buxton. Shortly after his parents died, james went to live in his grandparents' house, which was haunted. He has taken the supernatural for granted ever since and has been researching the field for the last thirty-five years. He is a successful writer with four horror novels under his belt: Subterranean, Strange, The Wishing tree and Pity. He has written on the supernatural for newspapers and is currently writing a series of historical adventure stories for teenagers and young adults set in the Dark Ages.