A Grim Almanac of Lincolnshire is a day-by-day catalogue of 365 ghastly tales from around the county dating from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries. Full of dreadful deeds, macabre deaths, strange occurrences and heinous homicides, this almanac explores the darker side of Lincolnshire's past. This compilation contains such diverse tales of highwaymen, smugglers, giants, hangmen, poachers, witches, rioters and rebels, as well as accounts of old lock-ups, prisons, bridewells and punishments. All these, plus tales of murder, suicide, mysterious deaths, accidents by land, sea and air, and much more, are here. If you have ever wondered about what nasty goings-on occurred in the Lincolnshire of yesteryear, then look no further - it's all here, and if you have the stomach for it, then read on . . . if you dare!
AUTHOR: Neil R. Storey is a professional historian, lecturer and prolific author. He has written countless articles and regularly features on television and radio documentaries as guest, historical adviser and consultant. He is the author of over twenty books, including A Grim Almanac of Jack the Ripper's London and East End Murders: From Jack the Ripper to Ronnie Kray. He lives in North Walsham, Norfolk.