Ghosts I Have Met And Some Others

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 96 pages
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If we could only get used to the idea that ghosts are perfectly harmless creatures, who are powerless to affect our well-being unless we assist them by giving way to our fears, we should enjoy the supernatural exceedingly, it seems to me. Coleridge, I think it was, was once asked by a lady if he believed in ghosts, and he replied, "No, madame; I have seen too many of them." Which is my case exactly. I have seen so many horrid visitants from other worlds that they hardly affect me at all, so far as the mere inspiration of terror is concerned.

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Don't let the title fool you - it was quite a funny and satirical piece. Fun to read! Read full review

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One of my favourites. A witty send-up of the gothic horror anthology, written while gothic horror was still a new idea. Read full review

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