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Haunted Kent Today by Andrew Green
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May 23, 11

really liked it
Read in February, 2004

This is another good true ghosts and hauntings book. This is of great interest to me as this is the county I live in.

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Mysterious hooded monks, wraith-like grey ladies, the heart-wrenching sound of children sobbing, weird shapes moving through walls, phantom car crash victims - never has a county been haunted as has Kent. The respected para-psychologist Andrew Green, author of many books on the unknown, has turned his attention to hauntings experienced within the last twenty five years. Statistically, he says, there are more ghosts of living people than those of the dead, and he cites the extraordinary appearance of Terry Waite in Canterbury Cathedral while he was held hostage in Beirut. Invasions, battles, smuggling, witchcraft and world wars have all had their effect on this most ghost-affected corner of England, and Andrew Green has collected together a fascinating selection of tales amusing and macabre.

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