The Ghost Next Door: True Stories of Paranormal Encounters from Everyday People

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iUniverse, Jan 4, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 114 pages
"A collection of chilling stories eerily believable and truly spooky very strongly recommended "-Midwest Book Review

Most people think of ghosts as rare, elusive creatures that are more or less inaccessible to the average Joe. Sure, we read about them, watch TV shows about them and tell stories about them, but we'll probably never run into one-right? Don't be so sure. Even if you've never personally encountered a ghost, chances are you know someone who has.

The Ghost Next Door takes a revealing look into the lives of average, everyday people from across the country who have had experiences in the realm of the unexplained. Whether you're a true believer in ghosts or a hard-nosed skeptic, you're sure to get a chill or two when you read about the woman who was visited by her grandfather on the night of his funeral! Or the man who was forced to move by a troublesome spirit only to find it had followed him!

As you make your way through these and other genuinely spooky stories, you'll probably find that ghostly encounters are a lot more common than you had imagined. Could there be a "haunted house" in your town? Perhaps on your very street? Maybe even right next door?

 

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It's a wonderful book for a paranormal story lover......good stories

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great book I read it all in one night

Contents

Introduction
1
La Muerte
16
Home is Where the Haunt is
33
The Waving Woman
48
In the Back Bedroom
61
The Phantom of Breazeale House
75
A Gettysburg Ghost
92
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About the author (2004)

Mark Alan Morris has studied paranormal phenomena for a number of years, and has documented many cases of ghostly activity. Mr. Morris works as a writing consultant for a major airline. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.

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