Product Code: 19500
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This fascinating volume celebrates every aspect of Whitby's Gothic past. With a detailed exploration of the town's connection with Dracula (including historical events such as the beaching of the Dmitri and a visit to many of the book's most famous sites), it will delight all lovers of Gothic fiction. Featuring a complete tour of attractions including the abbey and the churchyard - and full details of the gargoyles, tombstones and many other strange carvings to be found there - it evokes Whitby as it was when Stoker visited. However, Dracula is not the only strange tale told in Whitby, and this volume also collects together many other local ghost stories and legends to make this a volume that no bookshelf in Whitby and far beyond will be complete without.
- 128 pages
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