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The Mermaid Inn | [Patrick McNamara]

The Mermaid Inn

Ghostcircle went to the Mermaid Inn in Rye, England to investigate one of the most haunted locations in southern England. Reports of various paranormal activities have been heard of many generations that have lived there and Ghostcircle captured the ghostly stories from the current residents and staff of the Mermaid.
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Publisher's Summary

Ghostcircle traveled to the Mermaid Inn in Rye, England, to investigate one of the most haunted locations in the southern region of that country. Reports of various paranormal activities have been heard over many generations that have lived there, and Ghostcircle captured the ghostly stories from the current residents and staff of the Mermaid.

Medium Patrick McNamara investigated the rooms with the most paranormal activity in the Inn, gathering names of the resident spirit presences in the hotel, including a small child, a woman called Elizabeth Courtney, and a highway man called Jack. Later that night, Ghostcircle held a physical circle with Patrick, the staff, and the current owners of the Inn.

During the circle, EVP voices were heard, and Jack the highway man appeared and made his presence known to Patrick. Elizabeth Courtney also appeared. Experience the reactions people had to the physical phenomena produced by medium Patrick McNamara - people could feel and see spirit presences in the room, including a transfiguration of Jack the highwayman over Patrick, showing his pock-marked face.The phenomenon is produced with Photoplasm, a new form of Ectoplasm that is more sensitive to light and allows circle sitters to see phenomena in red and blue light. This is modern-day physical mediumship in action. Are you ready for the journey?

A Ghostcircle Production. Directed by Karl Fallon.World Wide Multi Media brings you quality content from around the globe.

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  • Michaela
    Ashford, United Kingdom
    11/6/11
    Overall
    "Just ghastly"

    I like spooky stories and I have an interest in the paranormal and hauntings. So, while no expert, this is not the first kind of supernatural material that I have consumed.
    The Audiobook seems to be divided into a number of sections, without the listener being enlightened in any way as to what is happening in each section. The book starts straight off (after some rather long and by then boring introductory music) with McNamara talking about various ghosts he senses. He doesn't say where he is (not even that he's in the Mermaid Inn, which we can admittedly guess from the title), just describes the ghosts. Afterwards some employees of the Mermaid tell experiences they or the guests have had with ghosts and then McNamara conducts a seance (or similar), in the course of which various events happen. A final section (of about 25 minutes) is simply bad (and I mean really bad) music, without it being clear, why it's there (except for some weak excuse of it being a band night in the inn?).
    The recording quality throughout is not good, a lot of the words are whispered and almost inaudible. Some phrases are repeated up to three times, so the listener understands that they are really important. There is no narration, no attempt to build atmosphere or even to describe the surroundings, just a recording of what the various people say at various times in the seance or when interviewed.
    Apart from the fact that it was for the most part unclear what was going on at any point in the book, what was additionally enervating was that McNamara kept saying "Do you see?" Well, actually, I don't - it's an audiobook!
    This audiobook is a complete waste of money and there is nothing to recommend it, unfortunately. The 25 minutes of music at the end just add insult to injury. Stay clear of this. Even though I did not pay directly for the book (it was part of my subscription), I feel cheated that somethig as bad as this is even offered to the public as an audiobook.

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