Invitation to share your spooky tales

Stephen Mercer at Blackpool's Noth Pier. (Has written a book on haunted Blackpool).
Stephen Mercer at Blackpool's Noth Pier. (Has written a book on haunted Blackpool).
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DO you have any spine-tingling tales of haunted Lytham St Annes?

If so, local paranormal expert Stephen Mercer, author of recently-published Haunted Blackpool, would like to know.

Stephen, founder of Supernatural Events and Blackpool Ghost Walks, is writing a second anthology of encounters with the paranormal.

The new book will feature a collection of true-life tales from people who have experienced the ghosts and phantoms of Lytham and St Annes.

Stephen is no stranger to the spooky side of the Fylde coast, having spent years investigating many of reported hauntings.

For five years, he has been taking people on ghost tours and walks of some of the more active paranormal hot spots, including Lytham’s Lowther Pavilion and Gardens.

His first book, Haunted Blackpool, was published last August, and has proved popular enough for The History Press, to encourage Stephen to write a second.

Stephen explained: “Haunted Lytham St Annes will feature stories from those who have had personal encounters with the supernatural. Many people contact me about their own experiences, and I have collected hundreds of true-life tales.

“I am hoping more people will pass on their eerie encounters.”

Stephen can be contacted by emailat haunted@supernaturalevents.co.uk.