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Famous Ghost Stories (A Watermill Classic)

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Paperback, 136 pages
Published 1980 by Troll Communications
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Brandon Burrup
Another of those juvenile horror story books that was passed down to me from my older brother and is partially responsible for my messed up fascination with the macabre.
This book says it is recommended for ages 4-8 but I would say it is more geared for a little bit older than that. I stumbled over the language a bit myself.
Edwina Hall Callan
Reminded me of the kind of books I read when I was a teenager.
Still a lot of fun, even though I'm way past those teen years.
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