Charles Dickens’ unlike a lot of his Victorian cotemporaries did not believe in ghosts. Despite this, ghosts did fascinate him and he wrote about them. * His short ghost stories like all of his novels reflected a strong social message. Dickens grew up in London during a time of great poverty and disarray. His stories reflect the London he kn
This is from this website..>>>http://www.ghostsandstories.com/ghosts-blog.html I love ghost stories..I like the true and the fake ones..hence this blog site..I also recently bought a book on ghost stories which you can buy at Barnes and Noble(on Sale)>>>"Real Ghost Stories" "True Tales Of Terrifying Spirits And Haunted Places" by author Brad Steiger (It's very readable and I am enjoying it(and it has pictures and photographs in it as well!)
The Sheriff's Curse by Lonnie Dai Zovi, is a short ghost story (with exercises) that is about a Sheriff in modern day Salem who doesn't believe in the curse pronounced by one of the accused Salem witches during the Salem Witch Trials era long ago...or does he?