Hastings ghost hunter publishes his eigth book on the paranormal
Hastings based author and paranormal researcher Malcolm Robinson has just completed his eighth book.
In it Malcolm, who has lectured around the world on UFO’s and paranormal activity, investigates one of the strangest poltergeist events recorded in the UK.
malcolm, who lives in Hastings Old Town, explained: “One of Scotland’s biggest poltergeist events occurred back in 1960 to a young 11 year old girl by the name of Virginia Campbell who had come over with her family from the small town of Moville to live in the Clackmannanshire town of Sauchie, Central Scotland, little realising that her life would soon explode into an event that was discussed all over the world.
“Not only were the poltergeist affects witnessed in the family household, but they also followed the poor unfortunate little girl to her local primary school, where the poltergeist was equally disruptive. The credibility of the witnesses to these bizarre events consisted of two local doctors, a local minister, and a number of Church of Scotland Ministers, and Virginia’s teacher and classmates, all who were stunned to view the astonishing events in the Campbell household.
“I have re-investigated this impressive case and managed to track down some of the key witnesses.”
This year marks the 60th anniversary of this incident and Mr Robinson will be presenting a full lecture on the case at Sauchie Hall, Sauchie, Clackmannanshire, Central Scotland on Saturday November 21.
His book The Sauchie Poltergeist (and other Scottish ghostly tales), published by Publish Nation, is available from Amazon or from www.lulu.com.