Spirits of the Cage by Richard Estep. Published by Llewellyn

The fascinating true story of Vanessa Mitchell, who rented what appeared to be a lovely old cottage in England. It turns out the property was a notorious prison, called the Cage, where those accused of witchcraft were held in the 16th century. Mitchell’s stay there was filled with noises and apparitions that terrified the single mother into leaving. That’s when Estep, a paranormal investigator, moved in to document the strange and sometimes violent phenomena. Are there such things as ghosts? I don’t know, but I do believe there are things that we do not understand. If anything, this book looks back at a terrifying time in history, when people, especially women were persecuted for being old, poor, or different. And interesting read for believers and those who have yet to make up their minds

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