Local psychic medium Philip Solomon’s new book, Haunted Black Country is now on sale.
Black Country ghost stories - and the revelation of who the real Jack The Ripper was - are contained in the book.
Chapters include the tale of the Dudley Devil, Claude, who haunts Wolverhampton Railway Station; Michael Pennington, the ghost who communicates by computer; a phantom flock of pigeons on the Lunt Estate, Bilston; Elvis Presley’s spirit at a local radio station; the motorbike that starts up and runs on its own; the spooks of New Cross and Walsall Manor hospitals; and the ghost of a lad in his Wolves scarf from the fifties who seems to have returned to share in the club’s championship success.
There is also a chapter which tells you how to set up a simple ghost hunting toolkit - and a picture for you to stare at - to see a vision for yourself.
Published by History Press, £9.99, the book is available from Amazon.co.uk, all good book-shops, or direct from www.thehistorypress.co.uk. ISBN 978-0-7524-4882-4.