Thursday, March 21, 2013


Neil Arnold's new book KENT URBAN LEGENDS, published by The History Press is out now. This strange and creepy ride into Kent's weird side looks at tales passed round campfires and through many generations as Neil goes in search of folkltales, and Chinese whispers. Featuring tales of strange creatures in the local woods, to tall tales of local ghosts, KENT URBAN LEGENDS explores some of the quirkier aspects of this rural county. Playground stories, campfire whispers, internet rumour, and friend-of-a-friend tales, deemed to be true but never proven, so, if you want to know more about the phantom hitchhiker's said to haunt the roads of Kent, or what happens if you dance round the Devil's Bush at Pluckley, or if Bloody Mary rerally exists, then this is the book for you, available from all good bookshops and on AMAZON

Monday, March 11, 2013

'big cat' scares...

Neil Arnold looks at several UK-related 'big cat' scares in the 2013 Centre for Fortean Zoology Yearbook. The book is available from Amazon. For more information on the contents read more HERE