Ghosts Go Haunting

Ten Scottish ghost stories of ghastly ghouls and Gaelic superstitions Those who don t believe in ghosts simply have yet to see one for themselves Once doubters meet a spirit, they will never return to their previous state of disbelief Ghost stories are everywhere if one is willing to listen.In these eerie accounts, Sorche Nic Leodhas presents a compilation of Gaelic ghosTen Scottish ghost stories of ghastly ghouls and Gaelic superstitions Those who don t believe in ghosts simply have yet to see one for themselves Once doubters meet a spirit, they will never return to their previous state of disbelief Ghost stories are everywhere if one is willing to listen.In these eerie accounts, Sorche Nic Leodhas presents a compilation of Gaelic ghost stories she has collected throughout her life With tales such as those of the lads who were robbed by a dead man, the crofter who helped carry a coffin, and the mother who came back from the dead to care for her baby, Ghosts Go Haunting is sure to thrill even the firmest of nonbelievers.
Ghosts Go Haunting Ten Scottish ghost stories of ghastly ghouls and Gaelic superstitions Those who don t believe in ghosts simply have yet to see one for themselves Once doubters meet a spirit they will never return to

  • Title: Ghosts Go Haunting
  • Author: Sorche Nic Leodhas Nonny Hogrogian
  • ISBN: 9789997483300
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Ghosts Go Haunting”

    1. This book was one that was chosen for me for this month. As much as I liked parts of it it unfortunately ended up being a very mixed read for me and somewhat a bit of a disappointment.First of all was the enjoyable fact that this was quite a unique read due to the ethnicity of the author as being part or fully Scottish. The book thus was imbued with a beautiful authenticity with its capture of Scottish life in general and the use of both braid Scottish as well as Gaelic words.These words were co [...]

    2. Another lovely collection of Scottish tales from this marvelous writer and illustrator team! Great fun to read in October, highly recommended as a family or school read-aloud.

    3. D. fiction, children's grade 6, Weekly Reader Book Club, Mom's stash, discard. I don't care that it's a children's book; it's still too scary.

    4. A very nice collection of tales. These are NOT scary tales, more like folk-tales.My book was an ex-library one, and it was catalogued as a Junior, but the only reason I can see for that (as opposed to putting it in with adult folk-tales) was it was illustrated. And fairly short.

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