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800 Years of Haunted Liverpool blurb:

Written by John Reppion this comprehensive guide to the paranormal history of Liverpool contains many previously unpublished tales and true-life sightings.

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, from the Grey Lady of Speke Hall to the ghost of Liverpool Airport. Copiously illustrated with photographs, maps and drawings, this book will delight anyone with an interest in the supernatural history of the area. 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool is the first complete guide to the paranormal history of the region.
On the Banks of the River Jordan blurb:

“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.

The thing is, even though I managed to include several pages of Toxteth tales in my book, there was so much I couldn’t include due to space restrictions. Much of this remainder data is still “raw”: photocopied newspaper articles, printouts, poorly written notes and the like. My first thought was that it should be possible to work through the data and turn it into something resembling a history of the park, but I must admit that I am already struggling. I’m sure there is an obvious angle, a path winding through these disparate elements that would draw the whole thing together, but I’m afraid I can’t see the wood for the trees at the moment.“