Victorian Ghost Stories
EDC Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
THESE STORIES HAVE BEEN RETOLD FOR TODAY'S READER, WITH ATMOSPHERIC ILLUSTRATIONS, AN INFORMATIVE INTRODUCTION AND USEFUL NOTES. THE BLOOD CHILLED IN MY VEINS. CLOSE BY US, AT OUR FEET, THERE WAS A SIGH. NOT A GROAN, NOT A MOANING, NOT ANYTHING AS DEFINITE AS THAT, IT WAS JUST A SIGH, A HORRIBLE SIGH, EMPTYING ITS MISERY INTO THE NIGHT SIX SPINE-TINGLING STORIES HAVE BEEN DUG UP FROM THE GRAVE AND DUSTED DOWN FOR THIS CLASSIC SELECTION OF HAUNTINGS, HOWLINGS AND HORRORS. ENTER THE WORLD OF GHOULS AND GHOSTLY APPARITIONS, AS THE DEAD RETURN TO TORMENT THE LIVING.
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