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The back house ghosts

Catherine Sefton

The back house ghosts

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Published by Puffin Books in Harmondsworth .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s stories.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: London : Faber, 1974.

    Statement(by) Catherine Sefton.
    SeriesPuffin books
    The Physical Object
    Pagination125p. ;
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17270549M
    ISBN 100140310053
    OCLC/WorldCa16435077

    This was just the beginning of a terrifying month during which the family was tormented by an unseen force. They connected online, sharing stories of their childhood terror — and how discovering this book in those formative years influenced them. After fleeing the houseLaChance believes himself to be safe, until he's contacted by Helen, the new owner, and he realizes that he must help her. At home, the girls learn that they have been invited to dinner to meet their new neighbors. Also included are some theories that attempt to explain the possible existence of ghosts.

    I collected quite a bit of media material; but was told there were no official records. Her interests in witchcraft were well-known enough to become literary circle jokes, such as the rumor Jackson spread that it was her spellcasting that caused publisher Alfred A. Approaching the Petit Trianon, a chateau gifted to Marie Antoinette, the two English women encountered palace gardeners, a mother and daughter in period clothes, a poxed man in a cloak and maybe even Antoinette herself, sketching on the grass. It came from out of the earth. Watch out for people like ghost hunters who try to profit off of this. As part of his research, the author had conducted a "hypnotic interview" with a Major John "Somebody" I did not get the name who had been a cadet in

    Did Moberly and Jourdain slip through time at Versaille? Franklin relays the description from jacket copy for Jackson's first novel, The Road Through the Wall: "perhaps the only contemporary writer who is a practicing amateur witch. He or another of the cadets present said that he had obtained permission to sleep in I think you have to be receptive to that sort of thing for anything to happen. Apparently the room had been reopened on one or two occasions, but then -- after more nocturnal festivities -- closed again!


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