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   Confessions of a Ghost Hunter, by Elliott O'Donnell  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 1928 , latest edition in August 2003
 
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      Mr. O'Donnell is often asked why the subject of ghosts and everything else that appertains to what is vulgarly termed the supernatural interests him so absorbingly. His reply is that he believes he is interested because many, if not all, of his forebears were so, and also because of certain ghostly happenings connected with the death of O'Donnell's father. Partial Contents: heredity and the psychic faculty; ghostly phenomena; fairies, leprechauns and ghosts; dreams; Glamis and other Scottish hauntings; my first encounter with an American ghost; queer experiences in a New York hotel; London Park ghosts; skeleton at the window; strange experiences at lectures and some weird parties.

     
     
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  • Ghosts - Specters - Spirits - Haunting

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