I really enjoyed your book, thanks for writing it and I hope to see another one.
Scarlett Montreal, Canada
I've just finished the book, and thought it was amazing. I have a particular interest in the Black Lady of Broomhill House, as my mum's late aunt's family owns the site. I have only ever been there once in my life, but, sadly, never met The Black Lady. I think you do fantastic, if scary, work, & I have no doubt that you will continue doing this, unusual, line of work.Can't wait for the next book of your adventures.Gemma
Hey Tom,I just finished reading your book it's amazing btw I just have some questions about the vampire at lochmaben castle if you can e-mail me asap that would be amazing and thanks for making the book x
Hello Tom - we met many years ago when I was looking for the Merlin Stone. You very kindly showed it to me and also told me the story of the Black Lady. If I recall, you mentioned a similarity :)
Hope all is well with you,Euphrosene
I picked up your book recently whilst in Berwick, to read on the train journey back to Birminghamits excellent and well written by someone I genuinely believe. I do feel compelled to go to some of your locations from the book. one day maybe!
all the best and if you never get time to write another book, this one is a legacy!
I hope you are well and it will be possible for me to contact you this way. I´m a german photographer doing some reserches in Britain for a book. I´d be interested to take part of your experiences. For more details please contact me by Email: DieWeltErfahren@yahoo.de . To find some more informations about me you may look on my websites www.DieWeltErfahren.de and www.flying-pics.com .YoursCarsten
I picked up your book in the shop last weekend as I was looking for my next read. I have always had an interest in the paranormal but have never had any experiences myself, although I do know of some stories from reputable family members.
I would like to say that I completed your book within the week and I thoroughly enjoyed it although I found the vampire story very hard to digest.
I hope you are well and enjoying your retirement.
Tom I absolutely loved your book, nice one and very well done. I spoke to you on Rab French's fone in April, since then I have had quite a few ghostly encounters and got lots of orbs on camera here at the Redmoss Hotel. Please come and visit us soon as we want to start a paranormal investigation group and we need you to be our leader. I do hope you are keeping well free Reiki healing is available to you from me, Ghostly Gill, contact RF or even fone me at hotel to arrange when you can come please. Gilly xxx
Still reading your book - there is a similarity on the car crashes Joanne Gilmartin and the locations director were involved in and myself.
Four years ago I was showing a group of people how to find the "spirit energy" from a burial ground at Aberfeldy. Ten minutes later, returning home in my little Mini Marcos fibreglass car a Volvo Estate, driven by an RAC patrolman crashed into us at an estimated 70 miles per hour, head on. He got out of his wrecked car, said "I don't know what made me do that" and walked into the nearby Foulford Inn before the police arrived, leaving me with a broken and badly dislocated neck, and leg. My girl friend had a broken back and sternum, and she swears it was caused my my interest in Spirits.
See my Facebook page:http://www.facebook.com/david.cowan.33or my Youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UPj8jPRwws
hello tom.not seen you in years.hope your well.,tommys boy stuart
I wonder if Tom Robertson could e mail me. I have a story for him about BROOMHILL Mansion concerning myself. I think he would be interested in it. Could Tom please e mail me at Investigations@ghostclub.org.uk
Hello, it's the editor of Chat it's fate here. I'm urgently trying to get Tom's contact details - could you email them to me please.
Is the " Hughie " referred to in the book Hugh Odonnell? Never knew he had passed away.
Purchased book today, very interesting. I am a Larkhall exile- was always interested in this story. My sister is the local historian referred to in the book. Was once incredibly spooked while night fishing on the Avon.
Good luck tom! I am sure it eill be a big hit. x
Good luck with the book, Tom! I'm sure it will be a roaring success!
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