Weird England

Weird England

Your Travel Guide to England's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Book - 2007
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When it comes to weirdness, England beats the U.S., hands down. After all, the Sceptr d Isle has had a few more centuries to master the art of the bizarre. And no one s better to chronicle Britain s decidedly odd features than Matt Lake. Join him as he visits the town where it rained frogs, the Highgate Vampire, Fauxhenge, the Bleeding Tombstone of Hinckley, the Yorkshire Methusaleh, the Rude Man of Cerne Abbas and much more.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., 2007
ISBN: 9781402742293
1402742290
Characteristics: 271 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Sceurman, Mark
Moran, Mark 1961-

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Yavin
Apr 09, 2018

Weird England is an interesting collection of stories and places in England that aren't always talked about. Unfortunately the bulk seemed to be ghost stories which aren't my cup of tea.

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