The spirit of an Irish lord appears to a friend to fulfill a childhood pact. Bloody footprints bear witness to the suffering of a minister who dies for his faith. A skull screams and wails whenever it is removed from its place of honor in Burton Agnes Hall. A ghost discloses the location of a long lost cache of valuable jewels and documents. Grim mysteries and terrifying ghosts pervade the very stones of Glamis Castle where the ghastly secret of a hidden chamber is passed from father to first son throughout the generations. The restless spirit of Anne Boleyn haunts Blickling Hall, her childhood home. Her garments in disarray and a look of misery and despair on her face, Catherine Howard fills the Long Gallery at Hampton Court with her horrifying screams. These are but a few of the unforgettable true tales of the unexplained from The Grey Ghost Book which will haunt your nights for years to come A classic work deserving of a place on any true ghost story afficionado's book shelf.
About the Author Published in 1912, The Grey Ghost Book was the first in what would become Jessie Adelaide Middleton's trilogy chronicling true accounts of ghosts, precognition and other strange & inexplicable supernatural occurrences collected for the most part from those who have inadvertently crossed the invisible threshold into the realm of the unexplained and have returned to tell the tale. Long out of print, Windwhistle Press is honored to republish for the first time in over one hundred years all three volumes of the trilogy, photographically reproduced from rare surviving copies of what have long been considered indispensable classics in the field of parapsychology.