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Crossing the Line

Trespassing on Railway Weirdness

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Crossing the Line by Paul Screeton
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This is a book about railways such as has never been told before. Wonders and blunders, supernatural experiences, ritual customs, and a wealth of weird tales that sound as if they might be true. But surely they aren't. Or are they? A lifelong interest in both trains and folklore, a willingness to sit sharing a pint or three with fellow enthusiasts, plus the practised ear of a professional journalist - all these have given Paul Screeton the unique ability to collect and write about this wonderful web of weirdness and ever-evolving lore. "Crossing the Line" provides a wealth of tales to make even the delays on a train journey enjoyable. Then take an active role in keeping these tales alive by recounting the more perturbing ones to fellow passengers or unsuspecting 'gricers'...

Author Biography

Paul Screeton is a prolific writer and editor. He re-founded 'The Ley Hunter' magazine in 1969 and in 1974 wrote 'Quicksilver Heritage', a pioneering overview of 'earth mysteries'. He currently edits 'Folklore Frontiers' which he founded in 1985. For many years Paul combined working for the 'Hartlepool Mail' with his interest in railways, contemporary folklore and local pubs.
Release date NZ
June 5th, 2006
Author
Contributor
Illustrated by Paul Screeton
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
13 b&w photos; 3 line drawings
Imprint
Heart of Albion Press
Pages
216
Dimensions
165x220x25
ISBN-13
9781872883960
Product ID
1752766

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