Voices of the Ghost II:
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Three great tales of meetings with ghosts, and perhaps more than ghosts!
"The Haunted Doll's House"
M. R. James' story puts the listener in a position, unique in
ghostly literature - of experiencing the whole of a haunting from an almost
godlike perspective - able to "see" and hear everything, unable to
intervene, and unable to tear oneself away from the terrible events
"On the Brighton Road"
This story, by Richard Middleton, creates a very subtle kind
of horror. One figure limps beside a lonely road; another walks the same
road, down on his luck and with few prospects. They form a bond, and it
turns out there is a very dark side to it - one that may reach past death
"The Vacant Lot"
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's tale is both a ghost story and a
mystery, and the mystery is as interesting as the ghost story. It is, quite
literally, a matter of haunted ground, of old wrongs done, of old blood sunk
in the earth that will not lie quiet. The listener, indeed, may also have a
hard time lying quiet!
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