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Paranormal London by Neil Arnold

Paranormal London

by Neil Arnold

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With almost 2,000 years of continuous habitation, it is no surprise that the city of London can boast a fascinating array of strange events and paranormal occurrences. From sightings of big cats such as the Southwark Puma and the Chricklewood Lynx to the terrifying tales of the Highgate Vampire and Spring-Heeled Jack and along with stories of mermaids, dragons, fairies and alien encounters, this enthralling volume draws together a bizarre and intriguing collection of first-hand accounts and long-forgotten archive reports from the city's history. Richly illustrated with over sixty photographs, "Paranormal London" will invite the reader to view the City in a whole new light and will delight all those interested in the mysteries of the paranormal.

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