The Haunted Realm 2018 Wall Calendar by Simon Marsden

The Haunted Realm 2018 Wall Calendar

Book Title: The Haunted Realm 2018 Wall Calendar

Publisher: Amber Lotus Publishing

ISBN: 1631362771

Author: Simon Marsden

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Sir Simon Marsden's atmospheric black-and-white infrared photographs reveal the hidden supernatural world, transporting the reader to a different realm — a haunted realm. In The Haunted Realm wall calendar, Marsden's ghostly images are accompanied by literary excerpts and historical accounts as well as tales of apparitions and the paranormal that have been reported at the sites and the strange events said to lie behind them.

  • 12" x 12" wall calendar (12" x 24" open).
  • A year of spooky photographs on your wall.
  • Frameable artbook-quality printing.
  • The perfect gift for the supernatural enthusiast.
  • Showcases 12 atmospheric black-and-white infrared photographs of haunted houses, imposing castles, graveyards, mysterious tombs, dark towers, and romantic ruins.
  • Features historical accounts by Simon Marsden and literary excerpts from writers such as Oscar Wilde and Robert Blair.
  • Printed on paper sourced from a combination of sustainably managed forests and recycled materials.
  • Published by Amber Lotus, an independent carbon-negative US company that has planted more than half a million trees since 2008.
  • This calendar features US and Canadian legal holidays, phases of the moon, and important observances of the world's major religions.

Simon Marsden was an internationally acclaimed photographer and writer from Great Britain. His books include This Spectred Isle, The Haunted Realm, and The Journal of a Ghosthunter. His final book, Russia: A World Apart, was published posthumously. His work can be found in the J. Paul Getty Museum in California and in London's Victoria and Albert Museum.