The Haunting Of Weaver House

Author: Cat Knight
ISBN: 9781521754115
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When Joanne Williams moves to a rambling old house with a crumbling chapel, paranormal incidents begin to occur. Yet Joanne seems to be the only person in her new home that's aware of the ghostly presence. Frightened by the visitations she tries to ignore the unearthly spirit, but chilling events force her to acknowledge that something is dreadfully wrong. Paranormal happenings escalate as the grisly past of the Weaver House threatens to engulf Joanne. What is the secret of the deadly spirit lurking in the pond? How is this tortured soul connected to the ghostly visitor whose terrifying paranormal activities menace the living residents of Weaver House day and night? These dreadful specters seem to be targeting Joanna, and her life hangs in the balance. With horrifying consequences if she fails, Joanna is forced to unravel the events that make Weaver house a hot bed of supernatural activity. The newest spine chilling release from the pen of Cat Knight will petrify you.

The Haunting Of Aaron House

Author: Joyce Zeller
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
ISBN: 1624202020
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Paul and Samantha Barlowe didn’t believe in ghosts until they stay in a one hundred fifty-year-old farmhouse in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. While Paul is shooting a historical documentary film for the local tourist bureau, they are visited by two evil ghosts in need of a human couple to grow even stronger. The Barlowes become caught up in ancient folklore and the supernatural, putting their lives in danger. They seek the help of a local “Pow Wow” woman who can cast an ancient spell that will free them.

The Princess And The Weaver

Author: David Vater
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781462044634
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Christopher, a peasant weaver’s son, is tired of his humdrum life and longs for adventure. Although nothing extraordinary often happens in his town, Christopher can’t help but dream of a life beyond that of being a weaver. But one night, as Christopher is out at the pub with his friends, he meets a mysterious, beautiful young woman named Silvia who claims that she is a long-lost princess. Christopher isn’t sure whether he believes Silvia’s story, but he agrees to help her find the truth. With the help of the thief-lord—a local outlaw with a price on his head—Christopher sets out on a journey to discover the truth about Silvia’s past and about the king, Silvia’s supposed father. As Christopher travels, he meets Rodrick, a man who claims to be Silvia’s real father, and quickly learns that not all is what it seems. When Silvia is taken prisoner by a duke, intent on becoming king himself, Christopher sets off again to rescue her. In the end, Christopher’s biggest challenge might not be rescuing Silvia, but surviving long enough to find the truth.

I Was A Monster Movie Maker

Author: Tom Weaver
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786462650
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Phil Brown, who played Luke Skywalker's uncle in Star Wars, said, "In my long life in films, there are ones I'm proud of and those I'm not proud of. The Jungle Captive and Weird Woman fall into the latter category." House of Wax co-star Paul Picerni was fired by the film's director when he refused to put his head in a working guillotine during a climactic fight scene. Packed with wonderful tidbits, this volume collects 22 interviews with the moviemakers responsible for bringing such films as This Island Earth, The Haunting, Carnival of Souls, Pit and the Pendulum, House of Wax, Tarzan the Ape Man, The Black Cat, Them! and Invasion of the Body Snatchers to the movie screen. Faith Domergue, Michael Forest, Anne Helm, Candace Hilligoss, Suzanna Leigh, Norman Lloyd, Maureen O'Sullivan, Shirley Ulmer, Dana Wynter and many more are interviewed.

The Haunting Of Hill House

Author: Shirley Jackson
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 1443451118
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Luke Sanderson, inheritor of the mysterious Hill House, invites a supernatural investigator and several guests interested in the paranormal to his eighty-year-old mansion in the hopes that they can experience and record supernatural events. As time passes, the group experiences increasingly terrifying and unexplainable disturbances, and one guest—Eleanor Vance—seems to be a particular target of the strange occurrences. The Haunting of Hill House is one of the most famous ghost stories in literary history, and was a finalist for the National Book Award of 1959. Lauded by horror legends like Stephen King and named “the greatest haunted-house story ever written” by the Wall Street Journal, it has been adapted into films several times and served as a foundation for many modern ghost stories. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library.

Werewolves And Other Shapeshifters In Popular Culture

Author: Kimberley McMahon-Coleman
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786492503
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"In recent years, shapeshifting characters in literature, film and television have been on the increase. The works in this book are grouped around specific themes that are explored through the metaphor of shapeshifting. With coverage of iconic fantasy texts and a focus on current works, this work engages with the shapeshifting figure in popular culture"--Provided by publisher.

Co Habiting With Ghosts

Author: Caron Lipman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317164687
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How does it feel to live in a ’haunted home’? How do people negotiate their everyday lives with the experience of uncanny, anomalous or strange events within the domestic interior? What do such experiences reveal of the intersection between the material, immaterial and temporal within the home? How do people interpret, share and narrate experiences which are uncertain and unpredictable? What does this reveal about contested beliefs and different forms of knowledge? And about how people ’co-habit’ with ghosts, a distinctive self - other relationship within such close quarters? This book sets out to explore these questions. It applies a non-reductive middle-ground approach which steers beyond an uncritical exploration of supernatural experiences without explaining them away by recourse only to wider social and cultural contexts. The book attends to the ways in which households in England and Wales understand their experience of haunting in relation to ideas of subjectivity, gender, materiality, memory, knowledge and belief. It explores home as a place both dynamic and differentiated, illuminating the complexity of ’everyday’ experience - the familiarity of the strange as well as the strangeness of the familiar - and the ways in which home continues to be configured as a distinctive space.

Old House Interiors

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National architectural magazine now in its fifteenth year, covering period-inspired design 1700–1950. Commissioned photographs show real homes, inspired by the past but livable. Historical and interpretive rooms are included; new construction, additions, and new kitchens and baths take their place along with restoration work. A feature on furniture appears in every issue. Product coverage is extensive. Experts offer advice for homeowners and designers on finishing, decorating, and furnishing period homes of every era. A garden feature, essays, archival material, events and exhibitions, and book reviews round out the editorial. Many readers claim the beautiful advertising—all of it design-related, no “lifestyle” ads—is as important to them as the articles.

Haunting Stories

Author: Khadijah Moore
ISBN: 9789810068561
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The Bone Weaver

Author: Victoria Zackheim
Publisher: Mission Bay Press
ISBN: 9781586190217
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Following the death of her lifelong friend, professor Mimi Zilber sets off on a journey to discover how she came to this lonely place in her life, and why she is running from the opportunity to love. The Bone Weaver is a blend of history and fiction created around three generations of women - beginning with Mimi's great-grandmother Malka - and their struggles to survive pogroms, illness, and the violence of shtetl life in 19th Century Eastern Europe. By taking apart the family tapestry thread by thread, and then studying these women and their daily lives of uncertainty, tragedy, and joy, Mimi learns important lessons about courage and the will to survive. And in her discovery of what makes these women remarkable, she also discovers herself.