Ghost Stories of Osborne House, Appuldurcombe House amd Arreton Manor CD Audiobook

Ghost Stories of Osborne House, Appuldurcombe House amd Arreton Manor CD Audiobook

 

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Now, for the very first time, you can listen to this collection of every chilling story from the some of Isle of Wight's most haunted places - Osborne House, Appuldurcombe House and Arreton Manor. This collection of 20 true tales and supernatural happenings from the world's Most Haunted Island is read by MARC TUCKEY of Island Ghostwalk fame.

Hear haunting tales from the magnifi cent Osborne House, the Royal family's favourite seaside home, where Queen Victoria breathed her last in 1901. Ghosts abound here in the house and grounds where Victoria and Albert andthe Royal children once lived. You are never quite alone at Osborne, where many staff and visitors have reported strange supernatural encounters.

Now it is a ruined shell, but once Appuldurcombe House was one the most magnificent houses on the Island, boasting 365 windows, one for each day of the year, and 52 rooms. Appuldurcombe doesn't give up its secrets easily however. A haunting and truly haunted place, its only inhabitants are now the ghosts.

A brutal family murder lies behind the most persistent of Arreton Manor's many hauntings. When Living TV's Most Haunted team visited the house in January 2005, several ghosts made their presence known. Hear what the ghosts got up to.

The haunting stories you will hear are taken from paranormal researcher Gay Baldwin's best-selling series of Ghost Island books. Buy them at local bookshops, from the author at 9 Pine Tree Close, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 8DX, United Kingdom, or visit the website at www.ghostisland.com

BEST BEFORE MIDNIGHT...and listen with the lights on!

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