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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Occult & Supernatural
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Ghosts Revisited Series
  • Series Number:7
  • Pages:88
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350931525

Ghosts Revisited 7

by William P. Robertson

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Ghosts Revisited 7 contains 22 more chilling tales from Pennsylvania and Western New York. This time, Robertson supplements his ghost stories with a history of creepy dolls, the folktale of the Lake Erie Storm Hag, and biographies of an Indian shaman and a horror actress and filmmaker. A little dark humor creeps in, as well.


Seer, Paul Stillman, exorcises demons in Upstate New York. Nikki Carlson gets splattered with gore acting in Pennsylvania horror films. Mark Polonia has made nearly 100 of such flicks. Ghosts Revisited 7 relates their stories and some spooky folklore, too. The Storm Hag rises from Lake Erie to capsize and eat unwary sailors. On Spook Hill, cars roll backward up the rise while Delaware Road is home to a hybrid beast. And then there's the Eldred World War II Museum where ghosts come attached to donated uniforms. Union Street Station in Hamburg, New York is also a creepy place. It's haunted by Arthur, who loves to slam doors and materialize in a wave of heat. Add in two eerie adventures of the Spirit Hunters paranormal group, and this book becomes truly spooktacular!

About the author
William P. Robertson earned a B.S. degree and 24 graduate credits from Mansfield University in Mansfield, Pennsylvania. He has since worked in factories, taught high school English, and run a successful house painting business. Robertson is also a freelance writer, and his poetry, short stories, and articles have appeared in over 500 magazines worldwide. In addition, the author has published 66 books in the horror, poetry, and historical fiction genres. When he's not painting or writing, William enjoys fishing for trout, following the Pittsburgh Pirates, and listening to rock music.