Ever hear that saying, “it’s too good to be true?” Here’s a case where it was. Read on to learn about why you should look a gift horse in the mouth! From True Ghost Tales via https://www.trueghosttales.com/paranormal/haunted-house-for-sale/
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Sammy swapped Vito
hair implants for Gucci shoes:
no more combover.
Haunted dolls have become a theme of movies and stories. Here’s a true story about some old dolls with creepy energy! Read more here: https://www.trueghosttales.com/paranormal/haunted-antique-porcelain-dolls/
For more real ghosts, see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook. For some great ghost stories (fiction) to give you the creeps and maybe some giggles before you turn out the lights, please see Sepia Seepage, Death Be Not Loud, and Rest in Fleece. For more about the ghosts in some excellent modern horror fiction, please see Infectious Ghosts – and so much more, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75
Lala swiped a gown
from Saks: it was a Diane
Readers, this is a good one! Read on to hear about the ghosts beneath the streets of New York! via https://www.newyorktour1.com/blog/untold-nyc-history-haunted-subways/
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The Boss loathed his veg.
He’d push it ’round on his plate:
disturbing the peas.
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Readers, here for your edification and vicarious shivers is a curation of locations hosting ghosts in New Mexico! So interesting! Read on, courtesy hauntedplaces.org http://www.hauntedplaces.org/santa-fe-nm/
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Readers, Nashotah House is a historic Episcopal seminary in Wisconsin. It was mentioned to me by the excellent blogger neatnik2009 of Sundry Thoughts blog – I know many people who attended Nashotah House (I went elsewhere :), but my college at Cuddesdon was certainly haunted, as mentioned previously in this blog and in my book, About Ghosts). So, had to find the story and Just Share! Thanks to neatnik for the hot tip! Read on http://www.destinationamerica.com/thehauntist/a-black-monk-haunts-wisconsins-nashotah-house/
For more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook, and so much more, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75
Marco pissed off the
Boss, who shoved him overboard:
“Time to feed the sharks.”