Throughout his life, Irish-born writer Elliot O'Donnell reportedly experienced several encounters with ghostly beings, including one run-in with a spirit in Dublin that almost proved fatal. Inspired by these experiences, O'Donnell devoted his life to hunting and documenting specters. The collection Ghostly Phenomena brings together an impressive batch of ghost-related folktales, sightings, and anecdotes.
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Chapter II Phantasms of the Living and Dead
PART II PHENOMENA WITNESSED BY OTHER PEOPLE
Chapter III Elementals
Chapter IV Phantasms of the Dead
Chapter V The Hauntings of the Old Sydersterne Parsonage
Chapter VI Suggestions and Hypotheses
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