Luton’s paranormal investigator and author Paul Adams, 50, is launching his 11th book at the end of the month.
Entitled the Enigma of Rosie, it follows the real life story of six-year-old Rosalie who died of diphtheria in 1921 and who allegedly repeatedly ‘rematerialised’ in seances in south London.
It concerns the case of ghost hunter Harry Price, who is better known for his investigation of the most haunted house in England – Borley Rectory.
He was invited to witness the phenomena but the group conducting the seance insisted on complete anonymity.
When he wrote about it afterwards – not revealing the address of the house, nor the names of the people living there – it was considered to be a publicity stunt.
Paul says: “I have re-examined the whole case and have basically managed to solve it. I know where Harry Price went in 1937 and I know the people he met.”
> Find out the true story by reading Harry Price’s Paranormal Mystery Revisted: The Enigma of Rosalie by Paul Adams (www.whitecrowbooks.com)