October 8, 2008
Lore of the Ghost: The Origins of the Most Famous Ghost Stories Throughout the World
By Brian Haughton with illustrations by Daniele Serra
Publisher: New Page Books (September 2008)
Pages: 192 - Price: $14.99
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This book is about the real stories surrounding world famous ghosts and hauntings. In this entertaining and well-written book, the reader is given the facts as to what it actually means to witness the Headless Horseman and the Death Coach. The real story of the vanishing hitchhiker is explained and offers an in-depth discussion of the documented accounts of phantom battles and armies seen in the sky.
The origin of poltergeists is revealed. The Bell Witch and Epworth Haunting are also analyzed. Various other topics are covered and sure to fire up the reader's imagination as he or she learns the factual origins of such ghostly and paranormal happenings!
As a book on the supernatural, it deals with the lore and the facts. It is worth your time to read. Brian Haughton is the author of many writings and has a website at www.mysteriouspeople.com.
For an entertaining look at the paranormal, this is an enjoyable reading journey. Other material covered includes time slips, spectral buildings, haunted houses, among others.
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