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Thirteen Georgia Ghosts and Jeffrey

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Jeffrey is the mischievous “something” that has headquarters in the Windham home in Selma. He first made his presence known in October 1966, and since then he has continued, at irregular and infrequent intervals, to clump down the hall, slam doors, rock in a chair, frighten the family cat (now deceased—through no fault of Jeffrey), move heavy pieces of furniture, cause ele ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 30th 1987 by University Alabama Press (first published June 1973)
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Amber Arthur
Jul 01, 2008 rated it it was amazing
This was the third book I read in this series, and I was a diehard fan from this point on.

I am waiting for this book to arrive in the mail, but if I remember correctly it had the strongest, most believable ghost stories of all.

My favorite was the story of Savannah, GA.

There is a museum in Windham's hometown of Selma, AL called the Kathryn Tucker Windham museum.

And if you ever get the chance to hear her speak, don't pass it up! She can also play a mean comb. Yes, she can PLAY a comb....
Katherine P
Jan 03, 2011 rated it really liked it
As always a nice entertaining read by Windham. This is probably one of my least favorite collections and I think the stories are a little spookier than Mississippi or Alabama stories. Always a treat to read one of her books though.
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Kathryn Tucker Windham was an American storyteller, author, photographer, and journalist.

Windham got her first writing job at the age of 12, reviewing movies for her cousin's small town newspaper, The Thomasville Times. She earned a B.A. degree from Huntingdon College in 1939. Soon after graduating she became a reporter for the Alabama Journal. Starting in 1944 she worked for The Birmingham News.
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