Daniel Cohen's second collection of terrifying ghost tales. From pale young women who walk in the halls of stately mansions to evil demons who warn of danger, Ghostly Terrors will appeal to young readers who love to be scared.
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Terrors in the Night
The Passenger in Black
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Admiral Schroeder began believe in ghosts Bruges buried alive century cholera coffin Colin and Roger Colin MacKenzie Colonel Ewart compartment corpse Crawford Daniel Cohen David David Bowman dead death died doctor door dream Drumkettle Earl of Strathmore Father McSweeney footsteps form of Winterton Frederick William frightened funeral ghost stories Glamis Castle going grave GREATEST MONSTERS handprint hanged happened heard Hostler Janet Douglas Jocelyn John and Anne John Sigismund killed Kilner knocked looked Lord Halifax Lord of Glamis lt's Maria's McSweeney's Mollies Molly Maguires Monckton mortuary keeper murder murderer's skull never night priest Prussia quickly Red Barn Roger Frost screaming second lieutenant secret seen ship short time later shouted someone STAR TREK storekeeper strange stranger suddenly talk terrified thought told U-boat visitor warnings White Lady Wicked Lord William Corder woman in gray young officer young woman