Liverpool ghosts and horrors of fact and fiction
My own New Year workroom clearance sale continues with an unexpected find:
the last few copies of the limited edition (only 150 printed) short horror pamphlet On the Banks of the River Jordan (http://www.moorereppion.com/fiction/on-the-banks-of-the-river-jordan/).
One reviewer of the story wrote:
"In an appropriate time and place, reading On the Banks of the River Jordan can make one question their own security in a world filled with the spectres of bygone horrors, just like other great weird stories incorporating history do." – Grim Blogger, May 2010
(more reviews and info at the above link)
On the Banks of the River Jordan is on sale now for £4.99 with FREE P&P to the UK and Eire (£1 everywhere else) in at
I’ve also found a few copies of 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool (http://www.moorereppion.com/non-fiction/haunted-liverpool/).
"800 Years of Haunted Liverpool takes the reader on a tour through the streets, cemeteries, alehouses, attics and docks of Liverpool.
Drawing on historical and contemporary sources and containing many tales which have never before been published, it unearths a chilling range of supernatural phenomena."
800 Years of Haunted Liverpool is on sale now for £9.99 with a FREE copy of On the Banks of the River Jordan and FREE P&P to the UK and Eire at www.moorereppion.bigcartel.comshop.