A man who profits from the on-line sale of a Great War victory medal experiences supernatural phenomena that gives him a horrific insight into the true value of the medal, and of life.
A family with secrets, visiting the South of France, become spiritually caught up in the eerie atmosphere of the old house they are staying in. A haunting drama of loss and murder is revealed against a backdrop of 19th Century political unrest.
An impressive selection of five short evocative ghostly tales. Chosen from Duncan Wood's Ghostly Tales series, these stories are explorations of the drama of the mind and the supernatural. Storyteller Mike Dodsworth's gripping narrative, like the authors writing, is chilling. There is an extra spine-tingler for those who purchase this collection.
Humour turns to horror when a man made comfortable by a large inheritance receives a ghostly visit from the two ghastly aunts that made him rich. What follows is an exploration into the horror of emptiness and darkness.
Love and betrayal provide the back drop to this sublime supernatural tale. A cheating academic, haunted by a long lost love, struggles to hold his family and his mind together.
The spector of a successful and respected Victorian businessman and politician possesses the son of a 1960's worker and active union member at the Oldham mill still in the hands of the businessman's family. A spooky and ethereal take on age old disputes.