Illustrated with more than 60 photographs as well as original artwork, this collection of true tales from Hyndburn and Rossendale provides a chilling record of crime and murder from this part of Lancashire over the centuries.
This unnerving collection of criminal tales and misdemeanours reveals dark secrets from Lancashire's history.
Documented here is a wide range of unlawful misdeeds over the years, including removing a cow after sunset, Sabbatical Bacchanalianism, misconduct in a railway carriage, and several charges for breaches of the Turnpike Act.
This well-researched book will shock the reader with its in-depth true-life accounts.
Murder & Crime: Hyndburn & Rossendale is sure to horrify and captivate everyone interested in the criminal history of the area.