Peter Underwood's publisher recently forwarded to me a copy of my colleague's forthcoming book Where the Ghosts Walk: The Gazetteer of Haunted Britain (Souvenir Press Ltd, 2013) which is due for release on June 6th. This will be Peter Underwod's fiftieth book.
The book is Peter's definitive guide to the haunted places of Great Britain based on his seventy years of paranormal investigation experience. He provides a comprehensive guide to a multitude of ghosts grouped by the type of location.
There are ghosts that haunt railway lines to those that are seen in gardens and graveyards, battlefields and woods. An entire spectrum to prompt folk to remark that Great Britain is the most haunted country in the world can be found in Where the Ghosts Walk. There is no mention of vampires and vampirism, however, because that is not th book's remit nor (notwithstanding The Vampire's Bedside Companion and Exorcism!) the author's specialist area of expertise.
Where the Ghosts Walk does, however, include the "ghost of King Arthur" and many more interesting hauntings. I thoroughly recommend my colleague's book to those with an interest in the realm of shades and such things which go bump in the night.