Into the Uncanny (Hardback)Danny Robins (author)
'A contemporary Van Helsing...' Sunday Times
'King of true-life scary tales' Observer
'A wonderfully entertaining ride through the haunted landscape which Danny has made his own.' Mark Gatiss, co-creator of Sherlock
'Terrifying, fascinating, often hilarious... the best ghost investigation I've ever read' Dan Schreiber, author of The Theory of Everything Else
'Scarily good' Danny Wallace, author of Yes Man
'A brilliant book, engaging and filmic - it made me frightened in the daytime' Reece Shearsmith, co-creator of Inside No. 9
I know what I saw...
'The ghosts of today don't live in castles or stately homes, they're in normal houses and workplaces, witnessed by ordinary people like you and me. Now we just need to figure out what the hell they are - the dead returning from the "undiscovered country" of death? Or the product of that equally mysterious location, the human mind?'
Danny Robins is a sceptic who wants to believe. His award-winning podcasts, Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist and The Witch Farm, and his smash-hit West End play 2:22 - A Ghost Story have made him "the UK's go-to-ghost guy", and he's on a mission to try to solve this greatest of all mysteries - is the impossible possible?
Into the Uncanny is the story of ordinary people who have experienced extraordinary things and want to make sense of them. Each one is a brand-new case never shared before; modern day, real-life ghost stories that will make your blood run cold. It is also a journey of self-discovery, as Danny explores what the paranormal means to us and the exciting and terrifying prospect that we are not alone.
From poltergeists and apparitions, to UFOs and messages from beyond the grave, Into The Uncanny is a thrilling, adrenaline-filled supernatural adventure. Whether you're Team Believer or Team Sceptic, all you need is an open mind and a bit of courage. So, are you ready to investigate?
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 573 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 33 mm
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