Tag Archives: Ghost Stories

Antagonists with the same goal as the Protagonist

In Raiders of the Lost Ark, there’s a scene where villainous, Nazi collaborating French archaeologist Belloq tells Indiana Jones that “I am a shadowy reflection of you. It would take only a nudge to make you like me. To push … Continue reading

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Spectre of Springwell Forest: Summary of Recent Articles

If you haven’t yet picked up a copy of my ghost story mystery novel Spectre of Springwell Forest, why not give it a go? Here’s a one-stop shop with links to all the articles pertaining to this page-turning, spooky nail-biter. … Continue reading

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Spectre of Springwell Forest: Simple Relatable Fears

All great horror stories have, at their core, a simple and relatable fear which is then explored, exploited and exaggerated. In my opinion that is what makes for a really memorable scary tale, not blood and gore. My new novel … Continue reading

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My Five Favourite Ghost Stories

This December, my novel Spectre of Springwell Forest is released by Dragon Soul Press. A chilling and mysterious ghost story, this adheres to supernatural horror genre traditions, whilst exploring certain corners that are (I think) unique to me. However, I … Continue reading

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Film Review – Ghost Stories

There’s nothing in this horror anthology that genre fans won’t have seen before. However, Ghost Stories, adapted by writers/directors Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson from their stage play, is nonetheless an efficiently entertaining film, delivering a moderate amount of chills, … Continue reading

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