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Stories about ghostly hauntings terrify readers around the world. This spooky series features one real-life ghost story per book, written in a can't-put-it-down narrative style. Fact boxes and sceptic's notes give readers real-world context for these frightening tales, including the legendary Flying Dutchman and Popper the Poltergeist ghost stories.
Fog rolls into Tulsa, and with it comes Darkness. Zoey knows that the darkness brings with it an old enemy. The more Zoey uncovers the more she's faced with the certainty that Neferet has returned. Once again the Nerd Herd are going to have to dig deep to save this world. When Other Neferet arrives in Woodward Park to set this world's Neferet free from her grotto prison, she quickly discovers there may be those who sympathize with their cause. And from the ashes two powerful enemies will rise. Will the unlikeliest of allies be powerful enough to defeat their old nemesis, or will two worlds be destroyed and claimed by Darkness? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to the House of Night Other World series!
Elva Zona Heaster died in West Virginia, USA, in January 1897. Her death was originally thought to be from natural causes. But when Zona's ghost began visiting her mother, the death began to look a lot more suspicious. This terrifying true story details the trial of Zona's murderer and the evidence presented against him from Zona herself, beyond the grave. Read all about ... the Greenbrier Ghost.
The ghost ship The Flying Dutchman has been spotted around the world for centuries. According to legend, this spooky ship is doomed to roam the seas forever, unable to make port. The ship is thought to be a bad omen for anyone who encounters it. Dating back to the 1600s, alleged sightings of the legendary ghost ship continue to this day. Read all about ... the Doomed Ghost Ship.
It's Visitor's Weekend at Camp Croak and Lexie Wilde and her band of Ghost Scout friends are looking forward to seeing their families. But when Grams doesn't appear, and instead someone claiming to be Lexie's mother arrives, Lexie doesn't know what to think. And when a Wish Wind suddenly flies through camp, causing chaos and mayhem, the scouts must use their best skills and badges to unravel the chaos that ensues. It most certainly is a hullabaloo at Camp Croak! GHOST SCOUTS UNITE! Raise your paws and show some claws!
Enter the mind of Joey Drew in this exclusive memoir, sure to captivate fans of the hit horror video games Bendy and the Ink Machine and Bendy and the Dark Revival! Bendy fans will delight in poring over the memoir of his ingenious creator, Joey Drew. From humble beginnings to his meteoric rise as the force behind his eponymous studio, Mr Drew offers a behind the scenes peek at his many animation innovations, such as Sillivision, his 'Rules to Animate By,' and of course his unique approach to franchising - among the first of its time. This re-release even includes never before seen information omitted from the original manuscript, cobbled together from the Joey Drew Studios archive as well as Mr Drew's personal estate. Don't miss this exclusive peek inside the rise-and fall of one of the most groundbreaking animators in history!
A ghostly woman in a brown dress has been repeatedly sighted in an old mansion in Norfolk, England. Many believe the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is the spirit of Lady Dorothy Walpole, wife of Charles Townsend. According to legend, Charles became upset with Dorothy and locked her inside Raynham Hall until she died. To this day, her ghost still allegedly wanders the home. Find out more in this fascinating account of ... the Ghost of Raynham Hall.
In February 1958, the Herrmann family began to experience strange events at their home in Seaford, New York, USA. The first occurrences were harmless, just caps popping off bottles. But soon things escalated. Dishes were smashed, bookshelves toppled over and objects moved. Could these unexplained events have been the work of a devious poltergeist? Read all about ... Popper the Poltergeist.
Prefaced by a definitive essay, which chronicles the birth of the feature, this book offers rarely seen early original artwork by Ray Moore and Wilson McCoy. This deluxe art book additionally offers chapters on: All of the artists who have worked on the strip from its beginning in 1936 to the present - with numerous examples of original artwork, specialty pieces, and unpublished artwork; the artists who created the comic book incarnation of The Ghost Who Walks featuring a Gallery of all of George Wilson's covers and artwork from Bill Lignante, Jim Aparo, Pat Boyette, and Don Newton (included is the original artwork for one complete Jim Aparo story and one complete Don Newton story) as well as the artists who turned in artwork for DC, Marvel, Moonstone, and Dynamite. The Art of the Phantom also covers artists from all over the world who have worked on feature including Australia, Italy, and Scandinavia. This is the ultimate book on the art and artists of The Phantom and will be the definitive word on the subject.
One of Us is Lying meets This Lie Will Kill You but with a chilling supernatural twist that will keep you guessing until the very end . . . Young, brunette women are being attacked in the city of London. 16-year-old, Irish-born Niamh has just arrived for the summer, and quickly discovers that the girls being attacked look frighteningly similar to her. Determined to make it through her Drama Course, Niamh is placed at the Victorian Museum to put her drama skills to the test, and there she meets Tommy: he's kind, fun, attentive, and really hot! . . . Nonetheless, there's something eerie about the museum. As the two strands of present-day serial attacker and sinister Victorian history start to collide, Niamh realises that things are not as they seem. Will she be next? Packed with voice-driven whodunit storytelling, and a retro slasher-movie feel reminiscent of cult classics Scream and Urban Legend, this dark, pacy, and irresistibly-creepy debut really has something for everybody! Last One to Die is by turns chilling, funny and gripping. I rooted for Niamh all the way through, as she navigated her way through horror after horror. As well as a terrifying plot masterfully told, this book has nuanced, tender relationships between characters, and is particularly good on female friendship. I loved (and was totally fooled by) the red herrings along the way, and the final twist made me want to go back to the beginning and read it all over again. Emily Barr, author of The Truth and Lies of Ella Black Point Horror for a new generation . . . best read under the covers in one sitting. Kathryn Foxfield, author of Good Girls Die First A supernatural terror-fest! Murphy takes you on a terrifying murder spree across London, relentlessly building the tension to a blood-curdling climax. I absolutely devoured it! Kat Ellis, author of Harrow Lake
The pulse-pounding original prequel series based on the stealth horror video game Hello Neighbor continues! Aaron Peterson feels like he's trapped in a recurring nightmare. After moving halfway across the world to flee his father's latest theme park failure, yet another disaster has occurred: a roller coaster car jumps the tracks at the Golden Apple Amusement Park, resulting in the death of his friend, Lucy Yi. As the town of Raven Brooks turns against the Peterson family, drudging up his father's past failures and seeking legal action against his flawed designs, Aaron withdraws into his own investigation. Because now Aaron knows the town is hiding a dirty secret: a secret enmeshed in his grandparents' research, the deadly defects in his father's theme park rides, and a secret society that will stop at nothing to keep their existence hidden. Don't miss this newest instalment in the Hello Neighbor series, which features blueprints and secret documents throughout, to help readers unwind the mysteries at the heart of the games.
Twelve-year-old Kallie despises nonsense. She believes there's a rational explanation for everything, despite the good-natured prodding of her Grandpa Jess, who takes her to frivolous wastes of time like their town's local Festival of Fools. There, Kallie meets a faceless man (must be some kind of mask) who gives her an odd wooden puzzle box (must be some kind of gimmick). Intrigued, Kallie sets to work on unlocking its secrets and lets something out. From here Kallie's life begins to entangle with another world, a world where Liah, a young bone carver, journeys with her master to sell wares to a wicked Queen. The sights, sounds, and spells of Liah's world are beginning to leak into Kallie's, and if Kallie can't decipher the meaning of her own story, the end might be far from happy.