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Cornwall's most haunted captured
The legend of King Arthur features in the film
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A new video/DVD which captures Cornwall's most haunted places and stories on film has been released.

Presented by self styled 'ghost guru' tells some of the many haunted stories from Cornwall. Win copies!

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+ Cornwall has been described by some as the most haunted place in the British Isles!

+ Most towns and villages have had more than their fair share of hauntings over the centuries.

+ A new video/DVD which captures Cornwall's most haunted places and stories on film has been released. It is called 'Cornwall's Ghosts'.

As a part of the nationwide Ghost Hunting tour of Great Britain, Britain's most haunted historian has come to Cornwall home to ghostly sailors, legendary kings and Haunted horses.

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Following the success of his now internationally renowned Ghost Tour of Derby, owner of the old Derby Gaol, and guest presenter on Living TV's 'Most Haunted' series; Richard Felix decided to put it all down on film.

The video/DVD cover

Teaming up with film production company Past in Pictures, the 'Ghosts of Derby' video was made.

The Self styled 'ghost guru', has now chosen Cornwall as his next stop as he travels the country in search of the tales that have been taken to the grave.

His explorations into the most haunted places and fascinating stories have resulted in this fascinating 60-minute film in which Felix takes the viewer right across the county documenting both his own experiences at sights of supernatural activity, and the first hand eye witness accounts of the people of Cornwall.

A stormy day in Boscastle

Find out the secrets of the mysterious lights at St. Ives bay, and why the haunted Mt. Haven Hotel is haunted no more.

The film also visits Lands End, Boscastle and Tintagel.

Having become somewhat of an expert on the paranormal, Felix's flamboyant style of presenting combines the telling of the traditional 'ghost story' with more contemporary explanations as to their presence; stone tapes, energy sources etc

From perhaps the most haunted building in Britain; Pengersick Castle, to Jamaica Inn made stranger than fiction by its ghostly occurrences, Felix visits them all.

Which part of Cornwall do you think is most haunted?

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