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Linskill, William Thomas: St Andrews Ghost Stories. v1. 26 Jun 2018

St Andrews Ghost Stories by William Thomas Linskill (1855 – 1929)

The Scots city of St Andrews is renowned for its ecclesiastical ruins, ancient university, and proud distinction as “the home of golf”. Some say the town deserves far more recognition for its paranormal activity…

William T. Linskill, formerly Dean of Guild* of St Andrews, was an avid collector of supernatural tales. In this book, he shares with us seventeen ghost stories centered around the ruined medieval cathedral of Saint Andrew. These recountings may be fictionalized, but sightings of the spectres have been reported by many witnesses over the decades. One of the popular local tourist attractions is a “Ghost Walk,” which visits the ghostly habitats of “one of Scotland’s most haunted locations”.

[* One of a group of town magistrates who, in later years, had the care of buildings. —Wikipedia]

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St Andrews Ghost Stories was first published in 1911. The text of this book is in the public domain in countries where copyright is “Life+80” or less, and in the USA.

This ebook is based on a scan of the 1921 edition obtained from archive.org. OCR errors have been corrected; punctuation and italics formatted. Embedded font used for titling. Story title decorations are cross-linked to dynamic Table of Contents.

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