I'm back on here again at last and I expect some of you'll automatically assume I'm plugging something... <_<
... oh, all right then, I admit it. :( Sorry.
On the Banks of the River Jordan
by John Reppion, cover by Meggan Kehrli
Haunted History Series #7
Printings: March 2010 (150)
Style: A5, staple-bound pamphlet
Length: 20 pages
My name is John Reppion. You may remember that we corresponded briefly last year on the subject of my article "Where Goes the Blackberry Man". I am currently at something of a loose end whilst my wife, and day-to-day writing partner, is off visiting her sister for a few days prior to Christmas. It is at times such as these that I would normally take the opportunity to work on some of my more esoteric researches. Going through my notes, I came across a mass of material concerning Princes Park - the Victorian park adjacent to where I live - which I gathered whilst researching my book 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool. There are many intriguing and esoteric titbits associated with this locale . . . but I'm finding it hard to get the various pieces of information into a logical order. I'm sure there is an obvious angle, a path winding through these disparate elements that would draw the whole thing together . . . I wonder if I might ask you the favour of offering your opinion on material I have amassed thus far. If you are willing, I would like to "talk" through the disjointed data via email and hopefully make sense of it all in the act of doing so.
The booklet is part #7 of The Swan River Press Haunted Histories series and is available to order via http://www.brianjshowers.com/swanriverpress.html
I'm also giving away copies for FREE with every order of the new 3rd printing of my 2008 folklore/weird history book 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool (see http://www.moorereppion.com/ for ordering info).