A PARANORMAL investigator is giving people of South Holland a last-minute opportunity to have their spooky experiences included in her new book.
Gemma King, of Cowbit, is in the final stages of compiling Haunted Spalding, but is appealing for anyone else with experiences they would like to share in print to get in touch.
The book already contains stories of more than 25 locations, mainly commercial premises, where people have experienced some sort of ghostly activity.
But Gemma is keen to hear from anyone with stories about private homes, as well as those who have stories from locations she has already included.
She said: “I can protect identities where people do not want to be named but want to tell their story and even if it is a location I am already aware of, I would urge people to come forward because their experience may be different to someone else’s.”
Haunted Spalding, which is being published by The History Press, is already available to pre-order on Amazon, Waterstones and WHSmith and there will be official launches at Bookmark and Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding, early in the new year.
Anyone wishing to share a story with Gemma can email her at email@example.com