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Haunted Moon: An Otherworld Novel

by Yasmine Galenorn

The D'Artigo sisters are sexy, savvy ex-operatives from the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Being half human, half-Fae means their powers go haywire at all the wrong times. Camille is a wicked-good witch, with three gorgeous husbands. Her sister Delilah is a two-faced werecat whilst Menolly, a jian-tu turned vampire, is dating a sexy werepuma. Aeval sends Camille, Delilah and Menolly to rescue the missing wife of a prominent member of the Fae nobility. Unfortunately, life is about to get very, very nasty for them all.

The Haunted Museum #1: The Titanic Locket

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in The Haunted Museum! It looks like the high point of Samantha's spring vacation is going to be a glimpse of a cute boy she sees at The Haunted Museum in England. She and her sister, Jessica, and their parents are taking a cruise on the Titanic 2, a replica of the original Titanic, and there's not even wifi! At least the Titanic exhibit at the Haunted Museum had wax figures and beautiful jewels to look at. But from their first day, Samantha and Jessica notice strange things happening. Their cabin number keeps changing. There are creepy scratching sounds coming from between the walls. And a locket that Jess opened at the museum seems to be . . . following them. Is the locket haunted? Or could it be the ship itself? Are there actors in costume walking about the ship . . .or could they be ghosts? Why is Sam's sister calling her by another name? Samantha will have to unravel the threads tying her and her sister to the past, or they could go down with the ship!

The Haunted Museum #3: The Pearl Earring

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in the Haunted Museum! When Lily accidentally touches a painting at The Haunted Museum, she's pulled into a dangerous fight for her life! The more she learns about the history of the portraits she'd been mesmerized by, the more she finds about the artist who painted them and the girls in the paintings. All the girls seem to have disappeared--but where? Tears on the portraits, dreams about the girls in the pictures - what could it mean? And what happens to Lily if her portrait is painted?

The Haunted Museum #4: The Cursed Scarab

by Suzanne Weyn

Don't touch anything in The Haunted Museum! Taylor has always felt a little like she belonged in ancient Egypt more than she does in the modern day. But when she helps stop a robbery at a branch of The Haunted Museum, the scarab she picks up doesn't seem to want to let her go. Mysterious people follow her from the U.S. all the way to Egypt. Scarabs appear from nowhere. Her dreams (or are they visions?) take her far into the past and show her secrets that have long been buried in desert sands. None of it makes sense, and no one seems to believe that anything out of the ordinary is happening. If Taylor can't untangle the present from the past and break the ancient curse she'd unleashed, she knows that she might be entombed in Egypt forever!

The Haunted Northwoods

by Tom Hollatz Seal Dwyer

Ghost stories seem to grow from the pine-needle coated floor of the Northwoods. From haunted mansions on the shores of northern lakes to tales of the Wisconsin werewolf or a Minnesota town plagued by ghostly events, this book is full of tales sure to set any spine a tingle!

Haunted Objects

by Christopher Balzano Tim Weisberg

A Haunted Past Can an object really be haunted? The answer is a resounding YES. Discover for yourself in this eerie, spine-chilling, and alarming collection of true tales and classic stories of possessed possessions. Unearthed by veteran ghost hunters Christopher Balzano and Tim Weisberg, each page of Haunted Objects reveals unsettling accounts of unexplained paranormal activity surrounding everyday items. From dolls to rings, these innocent looking items have disturbing tales to tell. You'll never look at chairs, dresses, paintings, and the common items in your home the same way again.

Haunted Objects

by Christopher Balzano Tim Weisberg

A Haunted Past Can an object really be haunted? The answer is a resoundingYES. Discover for yourself in this eerie, spine-chilling, and alarming collection of true tales and classic stories of possessed possessions. Unearthed by veteran ghost hunters Christopher Balzano and Tim Weisberg, each page ofHaunted Objectsreveals unsettling accounts of unexplained paranormal activity surrounding everyday items. From dolls to rings, these innocent looking items have disturbing tales to tell. You'll never look at chairs, dresses, paintings, and the common items in your home the same way again.

A Haunted October

by Editors of Adams Media

Thirty-one days, thirty-one chilling stories to scare you all the way to Halloween. On each day leading up to All Hallows' Eve, you'll be introduced to a frightening poltergeist. A Haunted October provides a month's worth of terrifying tales that'll haunt you for years to come. Thirty-one days, thirty-one chilling stories to scare you all the way to Halloween. On each day leading up to All Hallows' Eve, you'll be introduced to a frightening poltergeist. A Haunted October provides a month's worth of terrifying tales that'll haunt you for years to come.

A Haunted October

by F W Media

31 Seriously Scary Ghost Stories

Haunted Places

by Hauck Dennis William

In almost any town in America, or within a short drive, there are places where strange things happen. . . Hundreds of houses, hotels, cemetaries, schools, and museums are believed to have resident ghosts and poltergeists. Many campgrounds and parks are on land considered sacred or inhabited by spirits. Some areas are thought to generate vortexes of psychic energy, while others are known for frequent sightings of Bigfoot creatures or UFOs. From Maine to Hawaii, this fascinating book leads you to more than 2,000 haunted places, many of them open to the public, in all fifty states. You'll find ghosts famous and obscure from the lawless days of the Gold Rush, from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and the Roaring Twenties--even ghosts who first appeared in the 1990s. Entries are organized alphabetically by state and are referenced to an extensive bibliography of sources. Addresses, phone numbers, and travel directions are provided for all sites. Haunted Places is a most unusual travel guide for the tourist who has seen it all and an indispensable casebook for all those interested in the paranormal.

The Haunted Showboat (Nancy Drew #35)

by Carolyn Keene

Bess and George invite Nancy on a trip to New Orleans, to help their relatives solve a mystery. Their uncle wants to restore an old showboat, the River Princess, but no one will go near it! <P><P>Mysterious occurrences are making everything believe the boat is haunted. Can Nancy uncover the truth?

The Haunted Showboat (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #35)

by Carolyn Keene

The three girls get invited to Mardi Gras in New Orleans to help solve a mystery with the haunted showboat. Trouble begins even before the girls leaves River Heights. Picture descriptions present.

The Haunted Skateboard (Black Cat Club, #2)

by Susan Saunders

Four friends find an intriguing old skateboard that turns out to be haunted by the malevolent ghost of the teenage boy who was killed while riding it.

The Haunted Smile

by Lawrence J. Epstein

From vaudeville to the movies to television, the complete?and often hilarious?history of how Jewish comedians transformed American entertainment

The Haunted Smile

by Lawrence J. Epstein

Lawrence Epstein's The Haunted Smile tackles a subject both poignant and delightful: the story of Jewish comedians in America. For the past century and more, American comedy has drawn its strength and soul from the comic genius of Jewish performers and writers. An incomplete listing of names makes the point: The Marx Brothers, Jack Benny, Fanny Brice, George Burns, Milton Berle, Jackie Mason, Joan Rivers, Rodney Dangerfield, Mel Brooks, Alan King, Mort Sahl, Buddy Hackett, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Andy Kaufman, Richard Belzer, Jerry Seinfeld. These men and women, among others, form the canon of Jewish-American comedy. In the words of the Detroit Jewish News, The Haunted Smile "offers us a deep and subtle understanding of how Jewish culture and American openness gave birth to a new style of entertainment." Often the best way to illuminate a point is to recount some of these comedians' own brilliant routines, and Epstein uses the comedian's work to great effect, making for a book that is both a thoughtful work of history and a great deal of fun.

The Haunted Starship (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Starfleet Academy, No. 13)

by Brad Ferguson Kathi Ferguson

Geordi opened the access panel and looked around inside. ",'Yes!-", He withdrew a large, half-full package of fresh bread.

The Haunted States of America: Haunted Houses and Spooky Places in All 50 States ... and Canada, Too

by Joan Holub

Planning a vacation? Want to find a haunted house in your own state? Want to get really scared? Here's the definitive listing of spooky places in every single state and some Canadian provinces, too. Read these true ghost stories and find out some fascinating history - but watch out, ghosts are everywhere! DID YOU KNOW... * About the Gold Rush ghost who still haunts Room 23 at the Golden North Hotel in Skagway, Alaska? * About the Winchester mystery house in San Jose, California, with 13 bathrooms, 13 steps on the grand staircase, and 13 palm trees lining the driveway? * About Floyd Collins, who still yells out for help in Mammoth Caves in Kentucky after being buried alive in 1925?

Haunted Summer

by Betty Ren Wright

Shy, nine-year-old Abby surprises herself, her equally timid babysitter, and her older brother when they are haunted by a ghost that is trying to reclaim a stolen music box.

Haunted Teachers: True Ghost Stories

by Allan Zullo

"Haunted Teachers" is a creepy collection of stories about phantoms -- especially ghostly teachers -- who have haunted teachers and students in the classroom, on the playground, and at home. These eerie tales are inspired, in part, by real-life cases taken from the files of noted ghost hunters. Does the spirit of a teacher haunt your classroom? Is your teacher spooked by a ghost? You might think so after reading the startling stories in this book!

The Haunted Trail (Phantom Rider #2)

by Janni Lee Simner

Callie Fern can't wait to take her first trial ride. It's just what she needs to take her mind off Star, who has rejoined her owner in the ghost world. But on the trial, the horses go wild and turn off, leaving Callie, her friend Amy, and her sister, Melissa stranded in the mountains. Huge storm clouds are racing in and with Melissa's ankle sprained from her fall, the girls can't get shelter. Even worse, Callie spies a stranger following them.

Haunted Visions

by Charles Colbert

Spiritualism emerged in western New York in 1848 and soon achieved a wide following due to its claim that the living could commune with the dead. In Haunted Visions: Spiritualism and American Art, Charles Colbert focuses on the ways Spiritualism imbued the making and viewing of art with religious meaning and, in doing so, draws fascinating connections between art and faith in the Victorian age.Examining the work of such well-known American artists as James Abbott McNeill Whistler, William Sydney Mount, and Robert Henri, Colbert demonstrates that Spiritualism played a critical role in the evolution of modern attitudes toward creativity. He argues that Spiritualism made a singular contribution to the sanctification of art that occurred in the latter half of the nineteenth century. The faith maintained that spiritual energies could reside in objects, and thus works of art could be appreciated not only for what they illustrated but also as vessels of the psychic vibrations their creators impressed into them. Such beliefs sanctified both the making and collecting of art in an era when Darwinism and Positivism were increasingly disenchanting the world and the efforts to represent it. In this context, Spiritualism endowed the artist's profession with the prestige of a religious calling; in doing so, it sought not to replace religion with art, but to make art a site where religion happened.

Haunted Warrior

by Allie Mackay

Kendra Chase is exhausted from her work as a ghost whisperer, so she's been looking forward to her vacation in Edinburgh. But work awaits her as the tiny fishing village is being excavated, and supernatural uprisings have been reported. Graeme MacGrath knows the source of the psychic trouble. The excavation is disrupting the protective veil between this world and darker, more ancient ones. He hates to admit it but he will need the fetching Kendra and her paranormal abilities to save the town he loves from unspeakable evil. .

Haunted Wisconsin

by Michael Norman

Grab a cozy blanket, light a few flickering candles, and enjoy the unnerving tales ofHaunted Wisconsin. Gathered from personal interviews with credible eyewitnesses, on-site explorations, historical archives, newspaper reports, and other sources, these scores of reports date from Wisconsin's early settlement days to recent inexplicable events. You'll read about Wisconsin's most famous haunted house, Summerwind; three Milwaukee men who encountered the beautiful ghost of National Avenue; a phantom basketball player; a spectral horse that signaled death in the pioneer era of the Wisconsin Dells; a poltergeist in St. Croix County who attracted a crowd of more than three hundred spectators; the Ridgeway Ghost who haunts the driftless valleys of southwestern Wisconsin; a swinging railroad lantern held by unseen hands; the Ghost Island of the Chippewa Flowa>= and many others. Are ghosts real? That's for you to decide! Now available in a Third Edition with updates and several new accounts,Haunted Wisconsinremains a favorite collection of unexplained midwestern tales, enjoyed by readers of all ages.

Haunters

by Thomas Taylor

Does history have a ghost of a chance? Eddie, Adam, David. Three boys, three generations, one gift: the ability to travel through time. Through a portal of dreams, they can appear as ghosts, wherever and whenever they want. The first boy, Eddie, is the genius who has sworn to protect the past and carry on the dreamwalker's code. The second, Adam, is a haunter, a dream-terrorist, dead-set on changing history for his own nefarious ends. The third, David, is the neophyte who must fight for the future by keeping the other two apart! Can he surf the time warps, back and forth between 1940s London and today, to save the present from oblivion?

The Haunting

by Hope Tarr

Investigating a noise in the attic of her historic home, Maggie Holliday encounters a handsome man in a Civil War uniform. He calls her "Isabel," seduces her in ways the shy academic had never dreamed of...then literally vanishes. With every fleeting visit, Maggie's mysterious lover-Ethan-takes her closer to the edge of ecstasy and madness. Is he really a ghost? Far from chilling her, his touch is incendiary-it all feels so real and so very,verygood. And so very familiar...Ethan insists Maggie's the reincarnation of his long-lost love. And after a few incredible nights in his arms, Maggie is inclined to believe him. But does she dare surrender to a passion that transcends time, tragedy...and even death?

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