Great Irish Stories of the Supby P. Haining
Legend has it that Ireland's castles and pubs are inhabited by ghosts. The Emerald Isle's greatest storytellers invoke these specters in twenty-eight gripping tales of supernatural experiences. W. B. Yeats, J. M. Synge, Elizabeth Bowen, and the father of the modern ghost story himself Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu hunt these ghosts down through the cities and the rollicking hills, divulging mysterious happenings.
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