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Ghost House By Norman Berrow
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Hardback. A rollicking ghost story by New Zealand's Norman Berrow. Written in 1940, this is the only Berrow novel to be published in the US (1979 in an abridged version). This is the complete,... More > original 1940 edition.< Less
Ghost House By Norman Berrow
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Hardback. A rollicking ghost story by New Zealand's Norman Berrow. Written in 1940, this is the only Berrow novel to be published in the US (1979 in an abridged version). This is the complete,... More > original 1940 edition.< Less
The Ghost House By Darrren Johnson & Christopher Martinez
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it is about a family that was killed and then tried to find there killer
The Ghost By Arnold Bennett
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Enoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 - 27 March 1931) was an English novelist. Bennett was born in a modest house in Hanley in the Potteries district of Staffordshire. Hanley is one of a conurbation of... More > six towns which joined together at the beginning of the twentieth century as Stoke-on-Trent. Enoch Bennett, his father, qualified as a solicitor in 1876, and the family were able to move to a larger house between Hanley and Burslem. The younger Bennett was educated locally in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Arnold was employed by his father - his duties included rent collecting. He was unhappy working for his father for little financial reward, and the theme of parental miserliness is important in his novels. In his spare time he was able to do a little journalism, but his breakthrough as a writer was to come after he had moved from his native Potteries.< Less
The Ghost By Arnold Bennett
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Enoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 - 27 March 1931) was an English novelist. Bennett was born in a modest house in Hanley in the Potteries district of Staffordshire. Hanley is one of a conurbation of... More > six towns which joined together at the beginning of the twentieth century as Stoke-on-Trent. Enoch Bennett, his father, qualified as a solicitor in 1876, and the family were able to move to a larger house between Hanley and Burslem. The younger Bennett was educated locally in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Arnold was employed by his father - his duties included rent collecting. He was unhappy working for his father for little financial reward, and the theme of parental miserliness is important in his novels. In his spare time he was able to do a little journalism, but his breakthrough as a writer was to come after he had moved from his native Potteries. At the age of twenty-one, he left his father's practice and went to London as a solicitor's clerk.< Less
Ghost By Sajid S. Adrison
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The ghost has been existing in the half-light of this world for decades. He doesn’t know who he is, or why he is stuck in the Nolans’ Victorian house. All he knows is that he loved a girl... More > once. And Alex and Zoë hold the key to unlocking a mystery that keeps him trapped here. Zoë and Alex are oil and water, fire and ice, sunshine and shadow. But sometimes it takes only a glimmer of light to chase away the dark, and sometimes love can reach beyond time, space, and reason to take hold of hearts that yearn for it.< Less
The Kumeyaay, the Whaley House, and the Ghosts By Marsha Mehrdad
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Some may question what the Kumeyaay Native Americans have to do with San Diego’s Whaley House and what do they both have to do with ghosts? The Whaley House is a historical landmark in Old... More > Town, San Diego and the Kumeyaay are native to the San Diego area. The Whaley House is one of the most haunted and considered to be the most famous haunted house in the United States. Visitors to the Whaley House have often experienced ghostly encounters. The Whaley House is built upon land that once belonged to the Kumeyaay. The Kumeyaay suffered much including the fact that their homeland was stolen from them and they experienced historical and traumatizing mistreatment by many conquering populations throughout their history. Do these factors have a connection to the haunting at the Whaley House? Read on to find out more.< Less
Killarney House and its ghosts By J Murphy
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In 1913, Killarney House in Co Kerry, stately home of the Earls of Kenmare, was destroyed by a mysterious fire. A coach house and stables was later renovated to provide a new home for the... More > influential Browne family, but it was haunted by the tormented spirit of a servant girl, who knew but too well how the fire had started.< Less
The Kumeyaay, The Whaley House, and The Ghosts By misty smith
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Did you know that the Whaley House is one of the most haunted and considered to be the most famous haunted house in the United States? Some have even seen the ghost of a Native American at the Whaley... More > House, among numerous other entities. However, the connection does not stop here. The Kumeyaay, their stolen homeland, and their historical mistreatment, may be the underlying cause of the hauntings of the Whaley House. Even though this belief may not be proven scientifically, at this time, due to lack of technology, this writer believes it to be highly possible and most likely, just as probable.< Less
Ghost House 1940 TPB By Norman Berrow
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Trade paperback. This is the original 1940 edition of the scary novel of a haunted mansion under siege by ghosts. It contains about 20,000 more words than the 1979 revision.

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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