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Supernatural Peak District Paperback – 30 Jun 2001
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About the Author
David Clarke is a journalist working for newspapers in northern England. He has a degree in Archaeology and Medieval History and a PhD in British Folklore. He has been investigating and researching UFOs and paranormal phenomena for twenty years and is the author of seven books and numerous articles in newspapers and magazines. His books include Phantoms of the Sky: UFOs - A Modern Myth (with Andy Roberts) and A Guide to Britain's Pagan Heritage, both published by Hale. David Clarke lives in Sheffield and works as a freelance journalist in public relations.
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If the truly bizarre interests you, this book will give you one the best introductions to all that is mysterious in a land already well known for high strangeness.
Joking apart, though, this is an incredibly well-researched book which is very easy to read and digest and has some beautiful accompanying photographs. It's a very informative book for anyone researching local history, or just those interested in the supernatural. Be warned though, it'll probably put you off camping in the Peak District!