BBC Radio Wales - Haunted houses and spooks in the night

BBC Radio Wales - Haunted houses and spooks in the night

Swansea author Neil Spring explores the inspiration for The Ghost Hunters with Eleri Sion on BBC Radio Wales. "Neil Spring, I'm hooked"

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I Wish I Was A Book - Guest Blog

I Wish I Was A Book - Guest Blog

To mark Halloween and the publication of the The Ghost Hunters Neil writes a guest post for iwishiwasabook.com

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HuffingtonPost: The Next Big Thing?

HuffingtonPost: The Next Big Thing?

Neil Spring is hoping for a treat this Halloween. His debut novel, "The Ghost Hunters", has finally hit the shelves after three years in the making. The narrative of the book itself is based around Borley Rectory, a Victorian mansion that was built in 1862 and that gained fame as 'the most haunted house in England'.

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Metro review of The Ghost Hunters

Metro review of The Ghost Hunters

The Metro find The Ghost Hunters: "A substantial fictional sweetmeat. Close the curtains and prepare to be pleasantly scared."

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The Big Issue: Few things in life are as pleasurable as getting scared

The Big Issue: Few things in life are as pleasurable as getting scared

Patrick McCabe recommends some spooky reads for Halloween in this week's Big Issue.

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SoSoGay magazine review of The Ghost Hunters

SoSoGay magazine review of The Ghost Hunters

As the witching hour draws ever closer, we find ourselves itching to get hold of stories which chill the spine and fills your imagination with creatures which go bump in the night. With this in mind, we picked up The Ghost Hunters, a wonderful gem of a book which takes readers on a fantastic tour of Borley Rectory, long considered Britain’s most haunted house. What follows is an amazingly realised story of scepticism that is shattered by the unexplained goings-on at the house, and the apparitions that haunt it.

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TimeOut: Monsters in the closet

TimeOut: Monsters in the closet

Neil Spring talks Paul Burston through five key queer moments in the history of Horror, Time Out (London) 29th October 2013. With his acclaimed debut novel, 'The Ghost Hunters', riding high in the horror chart, gay author Neil Spring picks five popular films where homosexuality and horror collide.

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Quercus Blog: Halloween is fast approaching

Quercus Blog: Halloween is fast approaching

With the nights drawing in and Halloween fast approaching, this is a time for ghost stories. And there is surely no better ghost story than the legend of Borley Rectory…

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Daily Mail review of The Ghost Hunters

Daily Mail review of The Ghost Hunters

The Daily Mail finds The Ghost Hunters "a deft, spooky, psychological drama based on a true story."

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The Sunday Times review of The Ghost Hunters

The Sunday Times review of The Ghost Hunters

"Clever, serpentine, and surprising" - Nick Rennison, The Sunday Times

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