Like most towns that have been around since the Doomsday Book, Keighley has a rich history of petty crime, eccentric characters, urban myths and local tales. This book ‘tells em all’, including details of the lurid murder stories which have ltierally rocked Keighley's past...
Hi all, Happy New Year! Just to say I still have a few copies of my book 'Keighley Murders and Other Tales' (released last year) left. The book tells of the Guardhouse Murder in more detail, including the hiding place of Brian Terry found, The strange tale of Walker Moor, and memories of all the old Keighley Characters! If anyone wants a copy just let me know by either copying or sending me an email. E-copy's are also available at a cheaper price. Thanks!
Everthing is being lost today... it needs to be stopped
Hi Louise, click on Lewis's name above to visit his profile and you'll find his email address there. He might have a couple of copies left and I'm sure he could send you an E-copy anyway if not. If you don't get any answer from him (that may be an old unused email address) let me know and I'll try to contact him for you. Regards, Andy.
richardjudson: You have an entry for Harry Judson, (I5071) son of Fanny Binns and Greenwood Judson. I have Harry Ingham Judson in my records as died 20th March 1951. I went to visit his grave in Barnet, Herts last month. I imagine I may have it wrong somewhere(?)
Nov 21, 2014 13:43:36 GMT
bluedog20: Hi, does anyone know of childhood games known as tip billet and piese ball? Not sure of the spelling though!
Apr 17, 2015 18:23:52 GMT
fsharpminor: Its Pise-Ball. Explained in the book written by Mavis Curtis 'From Pise-Ball to Pokemon- A History of Ingrow School'
Apr 28, 2015 20:36:33 GMT