Join the Ghost walk and be a part of the story and explore the ghost walks of York in the chill winds of November and follow the guide around the darkened winding streets of York.

Listen to the dark side of York’s past the guide reveals to the group has you follow him around the darkened and winding streets of York hanging on the guides words as you investigate the darker side of the city’s history.

Figures from the past confront the present slipping through an open worm hole that offers them and those they seek redemption.

Figures from the past confront the future slipping through a worm hole that offers redemption

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Explore the burning islands of Sicily and its history guided around the islands varied cities and sites with visits to the varied temple sites and museums on the island.

With the history of the island forged by the varied settlers who arrived on Sicily from varied lands around the ancient world up until the present creating the unique culture of the Sicilian people today.

Tour of Sicily explores the history the cities the sights and sounds with information on the varied bars and hotels.

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Sail beside the Sun god on campaign against rival sea powers for control over the high seas and the vital sea trade routes that connect the Western and Eastern worlds.
Sicania the burning islands and the fabled isles of the blest in ancient myths, legends and religion is the prize all the fleets and sea powers seek to control.
Camicus was the ancient powerbase and capital of Kokalous on Sicania home to a fortress said to be built by the same hands that constructed the labyrinth palace of Knossos on Crete.
Myths and legends claim it to be Daedalus however the palace of Knossos and the site of Camicus on Sicania are ancient settlements and they existed long before the golden age of Greece indeed they preceded the arrival of the later Greek settlers on Sicily circa 734 B.C. at Naxos in the azure blue waters of the Tyrrhenian sea into the natural harbour and bay beneath towering mount Etna.
Journey back in time and escape the present day with all its uncertainty and discover sea battles for the ytade sea routes and the powerbase of Sicania and the battle for Camicus.
A Legendary battle fought by legendary figures from the ancient Minoan world and beyond.



Explore the city of York from its Celtic origins to Roman fortress city built by the Ninth legion and named Eboracum it became the Roman powerbase in the North for the legions defending Roman Britain from the rebel Celtic warriors of the Brigantes and Parisi and for campaigns deep into Scotland.

Home city for emperors such as Severus who died in York in 211 A.D. and Constantine the Great who was elected emperor of the Roman empire in Eboracum by his loyal legions on the death of his father Constantius in July 306 A.D.

In Anglo Saxon times the city was renamed Eforwic it became a powerful royal centre and city under Edwin the English king of vast tracks of England and Britain.

He was crowned king in Eforwic in 616 A.D. and Later Baptized in 627 A.D.in St Peters church by bishop Paulinus sent originally as an envoy of the pope from Rome to convert the people of Anglo- Saxon England to Christianity.

Eforwic was settled by Viking settlers who arrived with the leaders Halfdan and Guthrum the city was renamed by them Jorvik.

Varied Scandinavian leaders ruled Jorvik it was however still sorrounded by Anglo – Saxon held kingdoms within the five boroughs that made up England at that time.

The last Viking king of Jorvik was Eric Bloodaxe in 954 A.D. he was defeated by the forces of the Anglo- Saxon King of England Eadred in the battle of Stainmore.

Eforwic was from that time onwards an Anglo-Saxon settlement with a strong Danish population and influence that saw the city in the future drawn into the powerful battles for power and control in England between the competing leading elites of the kingdom.

York remained a vital city and powerbase and under the Angevin kings it saw a new golden age with the varied kings making York their headquarters it also saw the government and treasury residing in York in 1296 until 1304 A.D under Edward the first making York his capital city.

Edward the third was married in York Minster to his queen Philippa of Hainault on the 24 th of January 1328 A.D.

Their son William of Hatfield who died as a boy was laid to rest in York Minster a connection that remains a powerful reminder for visitors of the special relationship his parents held with York and the people forged by their time living in the city of York.

Today the city reflects its rich diverse history within its streets and many buildings all produced over the varied time periods a living city of history one that you get a feel for by just walking through its varied tight winding streets admiring the architecture of the buildings its cathedral and the ruins of the abbey beside the Yorkshire museum that looks out over the river Ouse.

Walking the city walls you get a fantastic view of the city from above ground level on a sunny day its great way to see the city.

With its Castle museum and the Jorvik viking museum to visit along with the Railway Museum there is plenty to see and do whatever the weather in York.

River cruises and ghost bus tours not to mention history walks in the day and the varied ghost walking tours in the evening also offer a unique look at the past history of the city.

Theatres and Cinemas in the city along with the varied bars and restaurants are also covered in the guide CITY LIFE YORK.

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Escape the straight jacket of reality and enter a world lost in the mists of time.

An ancient world in which the gods and mortals are connected in the battle for control of hearts and minds and control over the sea trade routes of the Mediterranean from East to West.

All the rival powers and sea powers are connected in the battle for control over the high seas with Sicania and the burning islands the prize sought by all looking to control the sea trade routes and the riches and resources it would deliver.

Sail beside the Sun God and the Phaecian fleets into the unknown waters of the Western seas and battle rival fleets for the glittering prize that is Sicania the burning islands…



Explore the journey of the Sun god Deity from his origins in Sumerian and Mesopotamian culture in the East the deity was also worshipped by the Hurrians in the city of Urkesh.

A powerful deity the archer and sun god spread around the ancient world worshipped at ancient Ugarit the trading hun that connected the East and the West the deities cult was seen in Anatolian lands and was taken by the settlers who spread out across the Mediterranean via the Islands such as Cyprus, Rhodes, Delos, Thera and Crete from where the deity finally crossed the islands of Paros Milos Naxos towards the Greek mainland via the Minoan empires varied coastal settlements and trading posts the deity Paiawon – Apollo

finally arrived at Delphi the centre of the Greek world to establish his sacred temple on the rising slopes of towering Mount Parnassos from where he delivered his messages via his conduit the sacred priestess delivered during her inspired oracles issued from the sacred inner Adyton of the temple under the influence of the rising gases from the fault lines that run beneath the temple site…

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Explore the ancient origins of Paiawon Apollo the sun and archer deity.

Follow his long journey through history and many lands from his ancient origins in Mesopotamia and Sumer the deity travelled from the Eastern world to the Western world via the islands of the Mediterranean establishing the Sun deities cult around Anatolian lands the islands and coastlines of the Mediterranean world.

In Urkesh he was known by the Hurrian name of Aplu

In Ugarit the ancient port city and gateway to the great cities and cultures of the ancient world in Mesopotamia, Sumer, Akkad and beyond the archer deity was known by the name of Reshep.

In Anatolian lands deities depicted on artifacts are youthful male and female figures depicted with lions or stood on their backs on varied ancients artifacts and seals excavated.

On Minoan Crete the youthful master and mistress of animals deities are depicted on artifacts and seals armed with bows again walking with large cats or stood on the cats backs in the scenes.

Twin deities that remind of Apollo and Artemis armed with bows Paiawon – Apollo on Crete was the deity that crossed over to the Greek mainland and took control of the sacred site of Delphi with his temple built beneath the sacred twin peaks of Mount Parnassos at the very centre of the Greek speaking world.


Lost For 72,000 Miles: Parallel Journey NEW RELEASE BY P.G. WOOD

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After the breakdown of his relationship Paul decides what is needed is a new way of life and a change of Scenery so he moves from England to America.

His move brings about a period of reflection on his past and from the feelings of regret and sadness he embarks on a life changing journey of self discovery that allows him to accept his past and embrace the future exploring his own mind in a journey of self discovery towards a happier future…

Based on real life events one persons journey through a life of discovery…




Edward the third was crowned king of England in 1327 A.D. aged just 14.

Still then a minor Roger Mortimer and his mother Isabella the She Wolf of France were joint regents of England.

Edward III , Roger Mortimer and Isabella along with Henry Duke of Lancaster with Philip of Hainault and his mercenaries invaded England and deposed by force Edward the second who was imprisoned in Kenilworth Castle in Jan 1327 A.D. and later transferred to Berkeley Castle but his hated favourites the Despensers were brutally executed in public for treason.

Edward III and Roger Mortimer jointly led the English forces that undertook the disastrous Wearside Campaign in 1327 A.D. against the Scottish forces under James Douglas and the Earls of Mar and Moray representing King Robert the Bruce of Scotland.

Unable to locate the Scottish forces and bring them to open battle the campaign became a series of hit and run skirmishes a game of cat and mouse between the two opposing bitter rivals.

In the treaty of Northampton signed in 1328 A.D. between the Scottish and English independence was granted to Scotland under King Robert the Bruce.

Edward the third was crestfallen by the Wearside campaign and the treaty of Northampton which was known in England as the shameful peace after the alleged cost of the Wearside campaign was circa £70,000 pounds.

Add to this the death and destruction delivered by the Scottish forces under Robert the Bruce over several years of raids into the North of England and along the borderlands of both kingdoms by his forces.

When Robert the Bruce passed away in 1329 A.D. it led to a disputed succession with varied candidates fighting to replace Robert the Bruce as king and inherit the kingdom of Scotland.

Edward the third was however bound by the treaty of Northampton and could not interfere directly in Scottish affairs.

When the disinherited lords fought behind their chosen candidate against the Bruce regimes candidates the Scottish war of Independence took another turn with the Disinherited winning the battle of Dupplin Moor against larger force led by the Bruce regime.

Edward Baliol was crowned king of Scotland at Scone and he swore fealty to Edward the third as his overlord however his reign was short lived he was forced to flee Scotland for his life after an uprising.

Edward the third decided to support Baliol’s bid to regain his kingdom and Baliol recruited a new Anglo – Scottish army to regain his lost crown his force set off from Carlisle heading to lay siege to Berwick.

In response the Scottish countered with a raid deep into Northumberland a move that played into Edward the thirds hands he sent letters to the Pope and the King of France Philip VI pointing out that the Scottish under Archibald Douglas  had broken the peace treaty of Northampton raiding with a force of circa 4000 men and leaving a trail of slaughter and devastation behind them.

With these raids they had openly broken the peace treaty signed by Robert the Bruce and Edward III sent out letters and writs calling for all his vassals to muster at Newcastle in May 1333 A.D. and prepare for the invasion of Scotland.

What followed was the bloody violent siege of Berwick and the battle of Halidon Hill in 1333 A.D.  one of the major battles of the Scottish wars of Independence that saw the kingdom of Scotland in turmoil with varied candidates fighting  each other to succeed Robert the Bruce and seize power and control in Scotland.