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6 edition of Dark Dorset Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror found in the catalog.

Dark Dorset Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror

by Robert, J Newland

  • 329 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by cfz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Myth & legend told as fiction,
  • Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology,
  • Fiction / Folklore,
  • Fiction - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJonathan Downes (Foreword)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12294737M
    ISBN 101905723156
    ISBN 109781905723157
    OCLC/WorldCa166356711

    Dorset; Dorset Tales of Mystery & Murder; About this book. £ Maximum quantity available reached. It is hard to believe that behind Dorset's idyllic exterior of rolling hills, quiet country lanes and pretty villages, there lies a history of murders and unexplained happenings. Local author Roger Evans re-tells some of these gripping and.   In their excellent book, Dark Dorset: Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror, authors Robert J. Newland and Mark J. North (pictured left) say: "Woodwoses were once thought to inhabit the woods of Yellowham Hill near had the habit of abducting young girls from the nearby villages, many of whom fell pregnant. one such incident befell a young girl, and when questioned by .

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    Tales of Mystery was a British supernatural television drama anthology series based on the short stories of Algernon Blackwood. It was broadcast by ITV (Associated-Rediffusion) and ran over three seasons from Produced by Peter Graham Scott, each episode was 25 minutes long and introduced by John Laurie (as the author himself). None of the 29 episodes broadcast survive in any Original network: ITV.   1. Zombie by Joyce Carol Oates - A novella based on the life and crimes of Jeffrey Dahmer. It jumps into a creepily precise first person, an expert frame .


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Dorset is steeped in history, folklore and legend, much of which is mysterious and dark. This extensively illustrated compendium has over tales and references making this book by far one of the best in its field/5(8). Newland and Mark. North. and Dark Dorset Calendar Customs by Robert.

Newland. Dark Dorset Tales of Mystery site is an online compendium of information relating to local folklore and my steries that can be discovered in the county of Dorset.

Click on the menu on the left of your screen. Synopsis The county of Dorset lies along the South West Coast of England and forms part of the ancient kingdom of Wessex. Often called Thomas Hardy's Wessex, Dorset is noted for its beauty, and even more so for its variety, almost every kind of coastal scenery that England possesses can be /5(13).

In a new book Dark Dorset, Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror, authors Robert J. Newland and Mark J. North say big cat sightings have now become more commonplace than those of phantom black dogs.

The earliest known record of a big cat came in in a manuscript by Robin Young entitled Reminiscences of Sturminster Newton. Dorset was so creepy. Well written devoting a fair amount of detail to each legend. Makes for a good, creepy read with a touch of history to back everything up/5.

A website based on “Dark Dorset Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror”, was created in conjunction with the book to promote the folklore and heritage of Dorset to visitors so they may experience and explore some of the sites featured on our website and to also create and ongoing online archive.

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Mark J. North is the author of Dark Dorset Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published )4/5(5). This scenario is not at all out of the question. For example, there is a condition which causes a person to grow fine hair on their body.

It is called Lanugo Hair and it often appears on the faces and bodies of people with anorexia and bulimia. But, it’s very possible that the wild men of Dorset developed such hair as a result of starvation, rather than from a desire to be skinny.

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Yesterday afternoon, I conducted an interview with Mark North, co-author with Robert J. Newland of the book Dark Dorset: Tales of Mystery, Wonder and Terror, which is published by CFZ new edition of the book is an excellent study of all-things-weird from the ancient English county of Dorset and covers a whole range of mysteries, including ghosts, UFOs, witchcraft, magic, Author: Nick Redfern.

The county of Dorset lies along the South West Coast of England and forms part of the ancient kingdom of Wessex. Often called Thomas Hardy's Wessex, Dorset is noted for its beauty, and even more so for its variety, almost every kind of coastal scenery that England possesses can be found some where within its compass, while inland the variety is maintained with rich pastures, undulating downs.

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Then, as the date of the G Summit in San Francisco draws closer, Dawson struggles to connect the lives of five Asian women, who Seller Rating: % positive. And many thanks to all those who have contacted us with their personal stories and tales & retellings of regional myths. Thanks also to Gary Pryke for the proof reading.

If you have a story, or know a local legend, anywhere in the UK, we'll be happy to hear it and possibly include it in the database. nettles in the ditch, he caught sight of a flat, canvas-backed book, which proved to be a note-book with detachable leaves, some of which had come loose and were fluttering along the base of the hedge.

These he collected, but some, including the first, were never recovered, and leave a deplorable hiatus in this all-important statement. But, some cases and tales do seem to stand the test of time. Although, many of the creatures that appear in such tales – which date back centuries – may not be what people assume them to be.

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