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  • The West End Ghost Book: A Ghostly Gallivant Through London's Haunted Heartland | Mr Paul C. Fitz-George

    The West End Ghost Book: A Ghostly Gallivant Through London's Haunted Heartland

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Mr Paul C. Fitz-George
    • Narrated By Time Winters
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    Whether a visitor to, or a native of, the great and ancient metropolis of London, the listener will be drawn in by this book's strange and sometimes horrendous tales about this global melting pot of a city. It discusses in detail some of the demons, ghosts, and life-essence stealers who inhabit London's netherworld and call it their home. This book's tales of hauntings and terror deal exclusively with that hugely haunted area of London known as the West End which has the famous Piccadilly Circus at its centre.

    Julie says: "Who's Who of Creepy London Ghosts"
  • The Whitby Ghost Book: Hauntings Legends & Superstitions | Paul Fitz-George

    The Whitby Ghost Book: Hauntings Legends & Superstitions

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    • By Paul Fitz-George
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    A collection of 22 supernatural tales about the old seaport of Whitby on England's beautiful and mysterious North East Coast. Stories include tales about ghosts, vampires, the fairy folk ,and the ancient customs and superstitions of the town's sea-folk, all of which paint a suitably spectral sketch of the ghostly goings on in this famous old town over the centuries.

    Adam says: "Helpful for Dracula Fans"
  • When Dracula Met the Jabberwocky | Paul Fitz-George

    When Dracula Met the Jabberwocky

    • UNABRIDGED (35 mins)
    • By Paul Fitz-George
    • Narrated By Petrina Kingham
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    This essay resulted from an article written by the author, for a website in the United States. It tells of how four of the greatest British authors of the Gothic period, at one time or another, came to visit or stay in the ancient seaport of Whitby, on England's rugged North Yorkshire Coast. Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Lewis Carroll, and Bram Stoker all came to Whitby and its surrounding area during the 19th century, and received direct, or in some cases and as the author proposes, indirect inspiration for the wonderful works they wrote.

  • Christmas Customs of Old Whitby | Paul Christopher Fitz-George

    Christmas Customs of Old Whitby

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    • By Paul Christopher Fitz-George
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    This booklet covers most of the known Christmas customs at this famous old seaport. It is based on the script of a radio program that I wrote and narrated for BBC Radio Cleveland in 1991 and it was broadcast on Christmas day of that year. Whitby was the port where Captain Cook, the famous Royal Navy explorer and navigator learnt his trade from Quaker shipbuilders and he no doubt experienced, if not participated in this book's customs as a young apprentice seaman.

    Julie says: "Christmas and Strange Customs"
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