A report on Neil Spring

Welsh novelist of supernatural horror, known for his bestselling books, The Ghost Hunters (2013) and The Lost Village (2017).

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A photograph of Harry Price, taken by paranormal hoaxer William Hope in 1922

Harry Price

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British psychic researcher and author, who gained public prominence for his investigations into psychical phenomena and exposing fraudulent spiritualist mediums.

British psychic researcher and author, who gained public prominence for his investigations into psychical phenomena and exposing fraudulent spiritualist mediums.

A photograph of Harry Price, taken by paranormal hoaxer William Hope in 1922
A photograph by William Hope showing Price with a "spirit"
Helen Duncan with a roll of cheesecloth.
The Brocken experiment
Borley Rectory in 1892

Price's investigation of Borley was the subject of a 2013 best selling novel by Neil Spring, titled The Ghost Hunters.

Ordnance Survey map of Imber from 1902

Imber

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Uninhabited village within the British Army's training area on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England.

Uninhabited village within the British Army's training area on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England.

Ordnance Survey map of Imber from 1902
The Imber Ranges by-laws
The tower of St Giles' in 2002
The former Seagrams Farm
Houses used for training purposes
This building was a pub known as The Bell
Imber Court building
Monument to victim of highwaymen, Imber Range

Neil Spring's 2017 novel The Lost Village, a ghost story featuring ghost hunter Harry Price, is set in Imber.