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San Diego Union-TribuneSpectral scribe really gets into the spirit.
...While Lamb believes in ghosts based on his Gettysburg experience, "I have not checked my common sense at the door." He brings his training as a police investigator to his study of unearthly phenomena, dismissing things for which there is no evidence.
And he takes a special delight in witnessing the conversion of a nay-sayer. During a tour of the grounds of the Whaley House in Old Town, a caustic young man continued to rail against the notion of ghosts-until, Lamb said, he saw the visage of a Scottish terrier, the famous ghost of Dolly the dog.
Lamb says that after the tour he stopped in the side yard of the Whaley House hoping to see the same thing the skeptic had, but had to leave without the experience. Yet he whispered, "Good dog," as he left.
Watching the smug man meet his first ghost was "a delicious experience," Lamb said.... Darlene Himmelspach