In 1979, a team of
investigators working for a magazine based in the Midlands of England followed
a trail of cryptic clues to discover a hidden green gemstone once possessed by
Mary Queen of Scots and a secret society called The Order of Meonia. Lost for
over three-and-a-half centuries, the stone was said to hold ancient
supernatural power. When the relic was taken to the offices of the magazine, an
old Victorian house in the English town of Wolverhampton, inexplicable events,
witnessed by dozens of observers, began to occur.
dense, incense-smelling smoke filled the entire building each night as darkness
sound of footsteps, eerie noises and
unearthly voices drove terrified visitors away.
•Objects began to
move and be thrown around, seemingly of their own volition, and an odious blue,
gelatinous substance oozed from the walls.
•An ominous, dark,
faceless figure appeared and disappeared before the very eyes of those
•The sleeping bag
of a member of the team spontaneously combusted as he slept in the building
people stood witness to hellish, unearthly cries, and bright balls of fiery
light exploding over a nearby wood, when the awesome power of the stone was
The Green Stone is not only a
spellbinding real-life historical detective story, but one of the most
extraordinary true tales of the paranormal ever told.
Augmented with four
dozen additional, previously unpublished illustrations and photographs, this
special 40th anniversary edition has been revised and updated and includes a
new introduction by Graham Phillips.
“One of the most remarkable true stories I have ever read.” Weekend
“If you only read one book in your life, read this one.” Psychic News
“A thrilling paranormal adventure.” Today