For a ghost writer who is used to slipping into other people's shoes in order to tell their stories, it is a little disorientating to contemplate standing on my own two feet. Add to this my earlier Fleet Street career where it was drummed into me that journalists never ever become the story and you will probably understand that it all feels a bit strange to write my own views.
However, in my various discussions with people who have contacted me via this site, I have learned that there is a great deal of mystery about ghosts, what we do and how. Therefore, I will endeavour to overcome my natural reticence and write occasional blogs describing more about what I do. So, when I say these views are my own, I really mean it.
Thanks for reading.
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