Ghosts: Strange Things at Sea (Ghosts & Ghouls)

Readers, you will want to have a look at this link. These are some very peculiar tales indeed – don’t read if easily spooked!  Brought to you via Ghosts and Ghouls blog.

From rogue waves to sudden storms, there’s plenty to fear at sea. But sometimes the threats aren’t natural. These five creepy stories from Reddit.com will make you want to stay far, far away from the ocean. 1,042 more words

via 5 Creepy Tales of Strange Things at Sea — Ghosts and Ghouls

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4 thoughts on “Ghosts: Strange Things at Sea (Ghosts & Ghouls)

  1. It reminds me of the classic ghost-at-sea story, “The Upper Berth,” by F. Marion Crawford. With that killer opening line, “It is a very singular thing.” If you haven’t read it yet, don’t miss it!

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      • That little tale of the messed-up bunk reminded me of M.R. James’ classic, “Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad.” Youtube has a very good movie treatment of the story, starring Michael Hordern.
        If we ever meet, we can talk ghost stories till the cows come home.

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      • That’s for sure! I’ve used O Whistle and other James stories as course reading material for my Spirituality of the Ghost Story class. Very instructive! 🙂

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