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Derek Acorah's Ghost Towns

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Derek Acorah's Ghost Towns by Derek Acorah
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`Derek Acorah's Ghost Towns' is a fully-illustrated collection of stories to tie-in with the incredible new LIVINGtv series starring Britain's best-loved medium Derek Acorah. Ghost Towns sees Derek take to the road to meet the people of Britain.Derek Acorah is coming to a town near you. This fascinating TV tie-in follows Derek's adventures up and down the country. At the heart of his show is the Ghost Truck, which moves from town to town seeking new ghostly experiences. In each episode, the team investigates four mysteries in a haunted town, which involves painstaking night vigils, midnight seances and contact with locals who have passed over to and now reside in the spirit world.His adventures include:* Bristol - why do the Odeon usherettes refuse to clean screen 3 alone?* Royston - who is the drunken spirit who haunts an old police station?Derek also knocks on the doors of unsuspecting members of the public to deliver psychic messages - will his Doorstep Divination always be welcome? Can he convince even the most hardened sceptics?

Author Biography

Following a career as a footballer with Liverpool FC and USC Lion in Australia, Derek Acorah began to tap into the psychic skills he first noticed as a child. He has since become one of the country's most famous mediums, and is the star of Derek Acorah's Ghost Towns on Living TV, having previously appeard on Most Haunted and Celebrity Most Haunted. He makes appearances on various other TV and radio shows, both in the UK and the US, and has toured internationally.
Release date NZ
May 2nd, 2006
Author
Pages
256
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Harper Element
Dimensions
129x198x18
ISBN-13
9780007229543
Product ID
1661752

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