The late Constance Westbie won the 1977 National Writers Club Award for Nonfiction for her collaboration with the late Harold Cameron in writing Night Stalks the Mansion. Harold Cameron and his family lived in the house on Plum Tree Lane for almost two years.
Night Stalks the Mansion: A True Story of One Family's Ghostly Adventureby Harold Cameron, Constance Westbie
• Back by popular demand • A supernatural detective story • Winner of the 1977 National Writers Club Award for Nonfiction Now in paperback, this true story recounts a Philadelphia family's encounter with a supernatural presence in their eighteenth-century mansion. After experiencing footsteps at night, opening doors, strange sounds and activity that centered around the library, they investigate, unearthing the mansion's tragic past and changing their beliefs about the supernatural world.
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This book was intriguing, even the fact it's the second time. I still read it from beginning to end. It will stay with my collection of "True" single family haunts.
I felt, Night Stalks the Mansion was not only well written and suspenseful, but very believable. -Author: FINAL HOURS OF DARKNESS.
I loved this book! Gripping haunted story