Tansley Close was no ordinary place. It kept many dark secrets close to its heart. It had stood for more than eighty years, unnoticed, forgotten except for the residents who lived within its boundaries. They were its target, its victims, given no choice but to walk the footpath that led to the archway, to enter into a world where they were forced to relive their darkest nightmares. The residents of Tansley close seemed ordinary enough to outsiders. Behind closed doors they lived in fear of the terror that awaited them as they were drawn inexhaustibly into the vortex. Strangely, no one ever asked why they stayed, what kept them there. Maybe there was no answer, or at least not one they wanted to give. Something bad was about to happen. Tansley Close was watching and waiting. When twilight falls the nightmares begin.
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I am originally from Staffordshire, although now I reside in North Wales since relocating at the turn of the millennium.
I have always been fascinated by the supernatural. Whilst researching the infamous Loch Ness monster, I discovered Teggie another sea creature steeped in mystery and legend. This inspired me to put pen to paper and write my first book Teggie Lucy’s Story.
As a keen Independent film maker at the start of 2016 I began working on a Teggie screen play with the talented writer and director Troy Dennison. As a keen and up and coming actor it was agreed I would take the character of Ben in the film once production began.
Previously I played the hotel manager in an award winning British film called “Checking In” during 2014.
Over the years I’ve tried my hand at many jobs. I’ve worked at fast food restaurants, hotels, estate agents, a postman and even in retail management.
I’ve always been happiest when involved in the creative arts. For fifteen years I volunteered as a radio presenter for hospital radio, which meant playing requests to those unfortunate enough to be in hospital.
I’ve worked as a supporting artist on many productions including Doctor Who, Coronation Street and Peaky Blinders.