Haunted: The Incredible True Story of a Canadian Family's Experience Living in a Haunted House

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Dundurn, Apr 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 189 pages
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It was an irrational decision. Despite having just moved into a beautiful new house, the Williams family gave in to an odd, overwhelming desire to purchase and move into a Victorian home they had come upon by chance. They were curious, of course, as to why the house had, in the past, had such a high vacancy rate - no one ever seemed to live in it for a long period of time. But that curiosity didn’t last long, because shortly after moving in, strange things began to happen. It became abundantly clear that the home’s past owners had all had a reason for leaving: fear. The Williams’ new home was haunted. At first, the family tried telling themselves there were logical explanations for the strange things they all were witnessing. But before long they came to accept the fact that they were sharing their home with ghosts.

Haunted is the Williams family’s story from the point of view of the mother, Dorah. Through her chilling reminiscences, we witness the all-too-real goings-on in the house. And we join the family as they seek a way to bring an end to the paranormal events that were occurring with ever more frequency and intensity, and learn why the events began in the first place.

 

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Contents

1 THE OPEN HOUSE
9
2 STEPS THROUGH TIME
19
3 WATCHING FROM THEWINDOW
31
4 THE FLOATING WOMAN
35
5 BURIED TREASURES
41
6 AWAKE IN THE NIGHT
49
7 SOS
59
8 OUT OF THIN AIR
71
12 FINDING A KEY
105
13 THE WOMAN AT THE TREE
117
14 THE NEWSPAPERS
123
15 PAGE FIVE
139
16 A GIFT OF FLOWERS
147
17 ANGELS IN THE DOORWAY
155
18 POWER PROBLEMS
161
19 THE BASEMENT FLOOD
167

9 THE YOUNG GIRL
85
10 INVESTIGATING THE PARANORMAL
93
11 OUT OF CONTROL
101
20 GO TO THE LIGHT
175
21 DIGGING FOR THE BACKYARD POOL
185
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Dorah L. Williams lives in a small Canadian town with her husband and three young children.

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