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Review: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James


The story starts conventionally enough with friends sharing ghost stories ’round the fire on Christmas Eve. One of the guests tells about a governess at a country house plagued by supernatural visitors. 476 more words


Holiday Reading, Ghosts And The Norfolk Broads

Holiday reading.  What beats a book crammed full of twists and turn, thrills and spills to keep us occupied while lazing on the beach or reclining on a deck chair by the side of a pool somewhere hot and Mediterranean?   1,007 more words

Childhood Memories

Featured in JQ Magazine: Book Review — ‘Apparitions: Ghosts of Old Edo’

Miyuki Miyabe is a Japanese author who writes widely popular fantasy, science fiction, and crime fiction for adults and young adults. Some of her works translated into English are… 787 more words


Debbie A. Heaton’s The Haunting of Wolfe Haven

I received the book courtesy of Ms. Heaton for a fair and honest review.

Riley Russell has a plan. After a three year exile, she is returning to her marital home, Wolfe Haven, in order to settle things with her estranged husband Tristan. 128 more words

Book Apprasials

Films That Haunt Me: "The Fog" (1980)

Directed by John Carpenter
Starring Adrienne Barbeau, Janet Leigh, and Jamie Lee Curtis

This may be an unusual choice, especially from the endlessly terrific filmography of John Carpenter. 583 more words


Working late

I was the last one to leave the office tonight. That’s the first time in this new place. Every time I think about staying late in the office, I am reminded of one night in my previous company (a hotel), that spooked me pretty badly. 265 more words


Tuesday Teaser: Haunted

So I have this novella. It’s a pretty good one, and it’s been through a few versions in the span of its short life. Mocha Memoirs Press has done an outstanding job bringing it to life. 1,464 more words

S.H. Roddey