Ghosts And Gravestones Of Haworth
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Ghosts And Gravestones Of Haworth

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Takes you on a tour of Haworth's dark and ghostly side: meet the ghost of Room 7 at the Old White Lion, the Grey Lady of Weavers Restaurant, and Ponden Hall's harbinger of doom, Old Greybeard. This title also helps the reader to tour the famous graveyard, in use for over 700 years ago and believed to house over 40,000 souls.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by History Press (SC)
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Ben Lovegrove
This is probably the only book I know of which goes into details about the history and stories behind the gravestones in Haworth. A good companion piece to Marie Campbell's "Strange World of the Brontes". Essential for anyone who wants to explore the graveyard.
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