Dark Cheshire myths & legends, was self published in the 1990s. Over 50 tales of the past are enclosed within the pages of 'Dark Cheshire'. Ranging from the roman city of Chester to the country lanes of Rushton Spencer. (ISBN 0-9256167-0-x)
74 black & white photographic images accompany this journey of legends and the supernatural. Taking us through the centuries from pagan times...
St John's ruins, Chester
Passing into a one-time chapel, amidst surviving stone walls lies a wooden coffin. Standing erect high above the ground its inscription 'Dust to Dust' stares out through a gothic window.
Farndon Church Tower
The only survivior of the original medieval building. At the rear of the church tower a pathway traverses down from the hill to the bridge that crosses the river.
Chester Catherdral Gargoyle of Satan
The Abbot decided to have an image made to deter any future visits.
The body was hidden and the next night secretly buried in Bunbury churchyard.