Later published as "Ghost Stations II", this follow-up to Halpenny's excellent "Ghost Stations" offers little new material about England's many haunted RAF stations. He instead heavily quotes from "Ghost Stations", while tossing in a few unrelated (and well-known) ghost sightings and Mysterious Happenings. Here the reader(unlike the first book) is also...blitzed by ellipses...throughout...Every sentence...seems to warrant...the overuse...of this...odd...punctuation. I am, however, looking forward to reading the later volumes in this series, as I understand he received many new accounts of RAF hauntings from readers following the publication of the first book. Despite "Aaargh"'s flaws, and awful title -- no wonder the publishers changed it--Mr Halpenny knows his subject, and reminds us all of the sacrifices made by these gallant, brave young men.
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