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When the lights go out and you pull the covers up to your neck, do you lie there listening to something that sounds like footsteps in the hall? Do you glimpse a mist out of the corner of your eye, but when you turn your head to look, nothing is there? Are those strange noises you hear, the knocks and bangs, just the house settling, or is it something more sinister?

Some might say you're crazy, but many of us believe.

Within these pages are true ghost stories. Many of the circumstance were experienced by the author and several were relayed to her by close friends. Have you ever witnessed paranormal events? Do you believe in ghosts?

Published: Willow Cross on
ISBN: 9781466155183
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