Would YOU Live at this house?
Do you believe in Ghosts? Do you believe that an entity unfathomable to all that we know can interact with ordinary people in the most destructive ways possible? Our science tells us that we should not believe in such things, that these events are simply rational events, explainable as misidentified occurrences or psychological afflictions.
One house in the sleepy county town of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, West Wales defies all rationale as a terrifying haunting has ripped apart the lives of many for decades, perhaps a century. The influence of the terror that lurks within those walls has been held accountable for depression, dependency, relationship breakdowns and suicide attempts.
This ordinary house, nestled near the town centre, has broken the lives of many and has a constant migration of new occupants as each one soon comes under the attack of a most sinister force.
G.L. Davies, bestselling author of A Most Haunted House and this new comprehensive account, Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest (6th Books), lived in the abode briefly in 2003. His life was never the same again and he counts himself fortunate that he escaped the clutches of the house even though he emerged from its grasp dependent on alcohol and suffering all manner of mental maladies.
Ten years later, he wrote of his experiences in the worldwide number one bestselling account A Most Haunted House which defied sceptic and believers alike with its honest and emotional account of a prolific haunting coupled with a collapse into agonizing despair.
In 2017, having been sober for four years and an advocate for mental health support G.L.Davies once again (reluctantly) returned to the home and interviewed a couple who had lived in the same house from 1989 to 1991 and experienced the pure terror that takes hauntings to a new level of intensity.
This new book that has shocked the paranormal community. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is the complete documentation of not only the haunting from the years 1989 to 1991 but G.L.Davies revisits his time at the house in 2003 along with presenting a forty page summary of possible explanations. This has been heralded as one of the most complete and comprehensive paranormal accounts in recent memory. Sceptic and believer are invited to join the investigation
Dai and Anne, Pembrokeshire Locals bought the house in 1989 with prospects of starting a comfortable life together with dreams of nurturing a family. What occurred in that assuming house is the stuff of nightmares. Their ideal life turned into a nightmare with the conventional trapping of haunting, cold spots, footsteps, strange smells as the entity that lurked in the shadows began manifesting and mustering a most destructive energy.
Soon Anne was subjected to visions and nightmares where she would visit the home at the turn of the 19th century and witnessed the most horrendous acts of cruelty and depravity (too graphic to discuss here) from the occupants that once inhabited that home. Were these dreams and visions merely that or was Anne somehow travelling back in time to witness the origin of the debase evil.
Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is a scary and atmospheric read whether you’re a sceptic when it comes to the paranormal or not. It’s also perfect for this time of year when the nights are drawing in and getting progressively chiller. Written in the style of an interview it tells of the dark and disturbing events that took place in a house in West Wales, a house that the author has lived in and he adds his account to the narrative. Compelling and at times terrifying, don’t read this in the dark! You simply cannot go wrong if what you’re looking for is an intense and spooky story. Lou TOP 500 reviewer
Electrical appliances from the home began to malfunction and soon Dai and Anne were receiving communication from their radio set. After a prolonged attempt to dismiss the events as mere rational occurrences they admitted they were, in fact, communicating with an otherworldly being(s). Haunted; Horror of Haverfordwest presents their findings as they recorded the voices from beyond and presents analysis on what may be happening.
Anne would be the victim of a vile paranormal assault as she lay asleep and as witnessed by her husband and soon the home began to divide them (As it did in A Most Haunted House) and pray upon their weaknesses.
Depression took over as the couple began to battle each other, accusations of affairs with family members, allegations that each other were attempting to fabricate the haunting to rid the other one of the home became common behavior.
It was not until the sighting of the Angry Man, a near 7-foot presence that would tear through the home in the most terrifying fashion did they pull together and attempt to act. They called upon the services of a well-known and trusted Medium who had been used by the church and the police, who visited the home to attempt a cleansing. The events documented the night of the cleansing broke her to the degree she quickly became ill and died. The medium confessed to her lifelong companion on her deathbed that the entity at the home was something beyond good and evil and that God had not created it and the Devil feared it. Diseased and broken the lady admitted that the house had stripped her of all her abilities and a fate worse than hell awaited her after death. She was terrified, she was afraid of what waited for her. She did not want to die.
What entity could cause such trauma? Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest presents such incredible detail in the words of those that lived in that house. This is not exaggerated entertainment but the actual documentation of people who lived in that house. G.L. Davies delves deep into their testimonials bringing out all aspects of the haunting, big and small, from the mundane occurrence to the horrific encounters while giving insight into his experience. Accounts like this have no happy endings with both occupants forced to leave the abode and carry the burden of the events there in secret for decades for fear of ridicule and contempt from the sceptical community that have no interest in actually trying to make sense of what happened in that house. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest will satisfy the sceptic community by presenting a near forty-page summary for explanations from the mundane, to the phycological and to the arcane. This is as complete an account as any paranormal enthusiast could wish for.
Haunted Horror of Haverfordwest also includes a new edit of the bestselling A Most Haunted House in which G.L. Davies began his relationship with the paranormal. He now presents to you one of the most complete paranormal testimonials of the 21st century. His account is one of blissful beginnings turning into a nightmare as he and his then-girlfriend are torn apart by the entity at the home. A Most Haunted House explored their experience of the Angry Man along with testimonials from friends and family that stayed there and witnessed the haunting. What did drive G.L. Davies into the state of depression, what is happening at that humble home in Haverfordwest?
Davies spent the last ten years convinced that there was a connection between mental health and the paranormal and even attempted to rationalise the events, looking into mobile communication technology that could cause phycological effects that would make a person perceive a haunting. However, he was soon drawn back into the horror when he re-investigated the events of 1989. He is certain ordinary people across the world are now under attack by something different, something more terrifying than demons and evil spirits.
From 1989 to 2004, Seven couples have lived at the house and 7 couples have left, many broken and separated. The house remains anonymous as the current owners have difficulty selling the property. G.L Davies hopes that he can one day buy back the house that broke him, not to occupy but to offer for scientific investigation. He has said one day when he achieves his goal, anyone who has a copy of Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest will be able to use their book as a key…a key to spending the night there. After reading Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest you may not be so willing to take up his most generous invite. Whatever resides within those walls, God did not create it and the Devil fears it.
Dare you enter… Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest?
This is a Terrifying read, a book that will haunt you long after you have read it. Its builds masterfully, drawing you closer and closer and then the terror hits you. This is a modern paranormal masterpiece, complete with the original A Most Haunted House and a must-read section on explanations, this is possibly the most important paranormal account of the 21st Century. This is a haunting people will be talking about in a hundred years time and all the while they will say, I hope it didn’t happen in our house. G L Davies is finally back and he has grown as a writer and investigator, this is shocking and chilling brilliance. K-Town, Mysterious Radio
I could not put this book down. I found the story to be creepy, scary and at times terrifying. Jill Long, NetGalley
A creepy ghost story just right for this time of year as the nights draw in. Atmospheric and draws you into the story and the characters Tracy Clarkson, NetGalley
Another creepy and scary book to read from GL Davies. This time it follows the story of another couple who lived in The House years before, the things they suffered and how it affected them. The tales are horrific and awful and I couldn’t imagine ever living through what they did. Having lived in Haverfordwest for 18 years of my life, I’m really grateful it wasn’t in this house….and I’m grateful I didn’t know it existed. This is a fantastic read if you want to read a horror that’s real life….if you’re brave enough to! kels_reads, NetGalley
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