Intrigued, she carefully cracked open the cover, mindful of the brittle pages, so absorbed with her find that she never noticed the gently blown dust forming patterns in the air, or the increasing chill causing her skin to goose bump.
When the photo was developed, he was shocked to find her face staring out at him sadly. He had been unaware that she was at the party and had not noticed her hovering nearby when the snapshot was taken.
Haunted Animals by Allan Zullo
Opening Sentence:Some kids claim they have seen ghosts. Synopsis:A ghostly cat comforts its former owner. A mistreated bulldog returns to haunt its master. A mysterious horse leads a group of rescuers to an injured boy – then disappears. Could animals… Read More ›
A Paranormal File: An Australian Investigator’s Casebook by John Pinkney
Opening Sentence:Although many years have passed, I still remember the dream in every electrically vivid detail: the fading light, the smell of the rain, the fear, the shock of pain. Synopsis:OPENED: An Investigator’s Astonishing File Journalist and author John Pinkney… Read More ›
Hamlet: a novel by John Marsden
Opening Sentence:‘Do you believe in ghosts?’ Synopsis:Hamlet’s father has just died. By the time they’ve filled in the grave his mother has remarried. Hamlet suspects foul play, and it’s troubling his spirit. Or maybe he was always troubled. Ophelia is… Read More ›
Bruce Covilles’s Book of Ghosts
This was a fascinating book of short ghost stories for children.