Kent's Strangest Tales : Extraordinary but true stories from a very curious county Paperback / softback
Part of the Strangest series
Kent's Strangest Tales is a book devoted to the weird and wonderful side of the Garden of England.
Home to historically rich towns such as Canterbury, Margate and Ramsgate, Kent is a county with more strangeness than you can shake a strange-shaped stick at.
From Chaucer's legendary tales of debauchery and naughtiness to Mick and Keef's very first meeting on a rocking 'n' rolling Dartford train, Kent has it all - coast, ghosts, castles, treasures, pirates, Britain's oldest highway and, lest we forget, the old lady who tricked the Luftwaffe.
All the stories in this book are bizarre, fascinating, hilarious, and, most importantly, true. Perfect for Kent-dwellers and tourists alike, Kent's Strangest Tales is a treasure trove of the hilarious, the odd and the baffling - an alternative travel guide to some of the county's best-kept secrets that date back many thousands of years.
Read on, if you dare! Word count: 45,000
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 240 pages, Black and white illustrations
- Publisher: Pavilion Books
- Publication Date: 09/06/2016
- Category: British & Irish history
- ISBN: 9781910232972
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