The White Ghost Book

The White Ghost Book

by Jessie Adelaide Middleton


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A foul smelling elemental terrorizes "The Most haunted Castle in Ireland." Music is heard emanating from a phantom house which had long ago been pulled down but which reappears once a year to welcome its ghostly guests. The spirit of a girl betrayed by her lover and left to die in childbirth appears on her betrayer's wedding day. The ghost of a long lost friend appears on the evening of his death fulfilling a blood oath. A military cadet is escorted through London's night clubs and gambling dens by a dapper gentleman, although, at the time, his host had been lying unconscious on his deathbed. A man dreams in vivid detail of the assassination of a British prime minister before the event occurs exactly as had been foretold in his dream.

These are but a few of the unforgettable true tales of the unexplained from The Grey Ghost Book which will haunt your nights for years to come!

Illustrated and includes four examples of what are believed to be authentic photographs of ghosts.

A classic work deserving of a place on any true ghost story afficionado's book shelf.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979532726
Publisher: Windwhistle
Publication date: 07/16/2016
Series: Jessie Adelaide Middleton Ghost Trilogy , #3
Pages: 318
Sales rank: 888,607
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Published in 1916, The White Ghost Book was the third in what would become Jessie Adelaide Middleton's celebrated trilogy chronicling true accounts of ghosts, precognition and other inexplicable supernatural occurrences collected for the most part from those who have inadvertently crossed the invisible threshold into the realm of the unexplained and have returned to tell the tale.

Long out of print, Windwhistle Press is honored to republish for the first time in over one hundred years all three volumes of the trilogy, photographically reproduced from rare surviving copies of what have long been considered indispensable classics in the field of parapsychology.

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