7 edition of Osceola"s head and other American ghost stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Walter Harter. Illustrated by Neil Waldman.|
|Contributions||Waldman, Neil, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H26 Os|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||73013892|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 71 pages illustrations 22 cm: Contents: The ghost at Valley ForgeBloody handprints on the wallJamie Dawkin's drumOsceola's headThe house that hated warThe actor who wouldn't stay deadThe ghosts of Foley SquareThe Osceolas head and other American ghost stories book inhabitants of Fort MonroeThe witch in the pondThe mystery of the gold doubloons.
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government attempted to force the Seminole off their traditional lands in Florida and into the Indian territory west of the Mississippi River. Osceola moved from Georgia to Florida, where, although not. “ We tell stories of the dead as a way of making a sense of the living.
More than just simple urban legends and campfire tales, ghost stories reveal the contours of our anxieties, the nature of our collective fears and desires, the things we can’t talk about in any other way.
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The thrill and chill of the ghost story is displayed in all its variety and vitality through this marvelous anthology. Ranging from the early 19th century to the s, the collection reveals the development of the genre, and showcases many of its greatest expositors - from Sir Walter Scott, H.G.
Wells, M. James, T.H. White, Walter de la Mare, and Elizabeth Bowen in the UK to Edith Wharton Reviews: Beware: These scary ghost stories are certainly not in the faint of heart. Even those who love creepy Halloween movies and dive right in to frightening books with witches or vampires will get chills from these tales.
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Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories isn't actually written by him. Rather, he spent months reading over different ghost-centric tales from other writers in the British Museum. He then chose his favor and placed them in the anthology. Probably the most famous ghost in American history is the Bell Witch, a poltergeist who basically trolled the heck out of the Bell family of Adams, Tennessee, from to A spirit claiming to be "Old Kate Batts's witch" drove John Bell, Sr.
and his kids to the brink of insanity with typical poltergeist behavior, like constant knocking and scratching sounds and physical assaults like hair. books based on 35 votes: Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol, Ghost World by Daniel Clowes, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K.
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Below is a list of some of our favorite spooky stories in the English language. Some of the older stories might be a challenge, but since many are available to read for free, you can at least give them a try.