Phantoms of the Night
Richard Gilliam, Martin Harry Greenberg
DAW Books, 1996 - Fiction - 391 pages
Sinister specters, malicious manifestations, appalling apparitions--they've all come back from beyond in these hair-raising, sure to spook you stories. Whether you've got a taste for the macabre, the humorous, or the just plain scary, this powerful poltergeist anthology will be sure to haunt readers long after the lights go out.
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