Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Neil Arnold's new book, 'PARANORMAL LONDON' (published by The History Press) is OUT NOW.

Featuring a veritable feast of bizarre stories pertaining to high strangeness around the capital. From the Highgate 'vampire', to UFOs, from ghostly goings-on to big cats, and other mysterious animals. 'PARANORMAL LONDON' is a strange, often supernatural safari through the concrete jungle, stopping off to look at the London 'mermaid, Mr Davy's monster, phantom assailants - Spring-Heeled Jack, the London 'monster', the Hammermsith 'ghost' and the 'vampire' of the West End.

The book features a menagerie of ghostly birds, spectral cats, hellhounds and ethereal bears such as the horror of Hackney Marshes! Roll up, roll up for the magical mystery tour - with, the Surrey 'puma', the beast of Bexley, the Cricklewood lynx, and the Edgware tiger.

Exhibited also are the phantom ape of Hampstead, the Brentford griffin, dragons, monster rats and the flying jellyfish of Wimbledon!

And not forgetting tales of freak storms, insect swarms, fish from the sky, dancing coals, pennies from Heaven, fairies and monsters on the London Underground.

PARANORMAL LONDON...where the wild things are.

Available now from Amazon and all good bookshops, or directly from The History Press

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