WEFOUNDHaunted Collection Series (3 Book Series)


The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.

A few titles are now out-of-print, but most of the original series books (all but five: 24, 47, 60, 61 and 62) were reprinted by Scholastic between September 2003 and June 2007. In addition, 22 books were reissued from May 2008 to November 2011 as part of the Classic Goosebumps series to accompany the Goosebumps HorrorLand series.

The books in the original Goosebumps series that were made into episodes of the Goosebumps television series were subsequently rereleased in a series called Goosebumps Presents . The main difference between the books in this series and their original publications is that the Goosebumps Presents editions contained photos from the corresponding episodes. 18 books were released from 1996 - 1998.

This series features artists' interpretations of select books into graphic novels. This series begun when R.L Stine starting receiving letters from fans asking him to write more Goosebumps books.

Illuminated handcrafted buildings and more inspired by haunted places across America. With cards detailing the haunted history of each.

You hear a creak upstairs when you're home alone. The hair on the back of your neck stands on end for reasons unknown. Sometimes, the paranormal comes out to play! Now, explore the macabre mysteries of some of the most haunted places in America with America's Haunted Village Collection, available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. Your spine-tingling village collection begins with Issue One, Amityville House . Soon, your collection will continue with Issue Two, Franklin Castle , followed by Issue Three and additional American haunted place sculptures, each a separate issue, will follow.‡

You're sure to be amazed by every eerie intricacy and detail! Each issue in this haunted village collection is individually handcrafted in artist's resin to capture every chilling feature, and hand-painted to bring the presentation to life. Plus, each sculpture illuminates and features a wealth of detailing like the ghoulish apparitions that are seen peering out from their windows. Plus, learn about the events that took place in each historic place and what is thought to haunt the space with the included printed newspaper cards . Strong demand is expected, so don't delay. Order now!

ERS Game Studios presents the next installment of the Haunted Legends series!

You’ve been called to investigate the murder of Alfred Oldgrey's fiancé. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a dark turn as you uncover family secrets and the invention of a mysterious mechanism. Can you find the culprit amidst the quarreling family before it's too late? Find out in this electrifying hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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After losing his beloved Kisha in a car accident, Malcolm starts anew, by remarrying Megan, a mother of two. When things begin to get back into their paranormal ways, targeting both the children and the property, things complicate even more when his back-to-life Kisha moves into the neighborhood.

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The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.

A few titles are now out-of-print, but most of the original series books (all but five: 24, 47, 60, 61 and 62) were reprinted by Scholastic between September 2003 and June 2007. In addition, 22 books were reissued from May 2008 to November 2011 as part of the Classic Goosebumps series to accompany the Goosebumps HorrorLand series.

The books in the original Goosebumps series that were made into episodes of the Goosebumps television series were subsequently rereleased in a series called Goosebumps Presents . The main difference between the books in this series and their original publications is that the Goosebumps Presents editions contained photos from the corresponding episodes. 18 books were released from 1996 - 1998.

This series features artists' interpretations of select books into graphic novels. This series begun when R.L Stine starting receiving letters from fans asking him to write more Goosebumps books.

Illuminated handcrafted buildings and more inspired by haunted places across America. With cards detailing the haunted history of each.

You hear a creak upstairs when you're home alone. The hair on the back of your neck stands on end for reasons unknown. Sometimes, the paranormal comes out to play! Now, explore the macabre mysteries of some of the most haunted places in America with America's Haunted Village Collection, available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. Your spine-tingling village collection begins with Issue One, Amityville House . Soon, your collection will continue with Issue Two, Franklin Castle , followed by Issue Three and additional American haunted place sculptures, each a separate issue, will follow.‡

You're sure to be amazed by every eerie intricacy and detail! Each issue in this haunted village collection is individually handcrafted in artist's resin to capture every chilling feature, and hand-painted to bring the presentation to life. Plus, each sculpture illuminates and features a wealth of detailing like the ghoulish apparitions that are seen peering out from their windows. Plus, learn about the events that took place in each historic place and what is thought to haunt the space with the included printed newspaper cards . Strong demand is expected, so don't delay. Order now!

ERS Game Studios presents the next installment of the Haunted Legends series!

You’ve been called to investigate the murder of Alfred Oldgrey's fiancé. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a dark turn as you uncover family secrets and the invention of a mysterious mechanism. Can you find the culprit amidst the quarreling family before it's too late? Find out in this electrifying hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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After losing his beloved Kisha in a car accident, Malcolm starts anew, by remarrying Megan, a mother of two. When things begin to get back into their paranormal ways, targeting both the children and the property, things complicate even more when his back-to-life Kisha moves into the neighborhood.

The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.

A few titles are now out-of-print, but most of the original series books (all but five: 24, 47, 60, 61 and 62) were reprinted by Scholastic between September 2003 and June 2007. In addition, 22 books were reissued from May 2008 to November 2011 as part of the Classic Goosebumps series to accompany the Goosebumps HorrorLand series.

The books in the original Goosebumps series that were made into episodes of the Goosebumps television series were subsequently rereleased in a series called Goosebumps Presents . The main difference between the books in this series and their original publications is that the Goosebumps Presents editions contained photos from the corresponding episodes. 18 books were released from 1996 - 1998.

This series features artists' interpretations of select books into graphic novels. This series begun when R.L Stine starting receiving letters from fans asking him to write more Goosebumps books.

The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.

A few titles are now out-of-print, but most of the original series books (all but five: 24, 47, 60, 61 and 62) were reprinted by Scholastic between September 2003 and June 2007. In addition, 22 books were reissued from May 2008 to November 2011 as part of the Classic Goosebumps series to accompany the Goosebumps HorrorLand series.

The books in the original Goosebumps series that were made into episodes of the Goosebumps television series were subsequently rereleased in a series called Goosebumps Presents . The main difference between the books in this series and their original publications is that the Goosebumps Presents editions contained photos from the corresponding episodes. 18 books were released from 1996 - 1998.

This series features artists' interpretations of select books into graphic novels. This series begun when R.L Stine starting receiving letters from fans asking him to write more Goosebumps books.

Illuminated handcrafted buildings and more inspired by haunted places across America. With cards detailing the haunted history of each.

You hear a creak upstairs when you're home alone. The hair on the back of your neck stands on end for reasons unknown. Sometimes, the paranormal comes out to play! Now, explore the macabre mysteries of some of the most haunted places in America with America's Haunted Village Collection, available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. Your spine-tingling village collection begins with Issue One, Amityville House . Soon, your collection will continue with Issue Two, Franklin Castle , followed by Issue Three and additional American haunted place sculptures, each a separate issue, will follow.‡

You're sure to be amazed by every eerie intricacy and detail! Each issue in this haunted village collection is individually handcrafted in artist's resin to capture every chilling feature, and hand-painted to bring the presentation to life. Plus, each sculpture illuminates and features a wealth of detailing like the ghoulish apparitions that are seen peering out from their windows. Plus, learn about the events that took place in each historic place and what is thought to haunt the space with the included printed newspaper cards . Strong demand is expected, so don't delay. Order now!

The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.

A few titles are now out-of-print, but most of the original series books (all but five: 24, 47, 60, 61 and 62) were reprinted by Scholastic between September 2003 and June 2007. In addition, 22 books were reissued from May 2008 to November 2011 as part of the Classic Goosebumps series to accompany the Goosebumps HorrorLand series.

The books in the original Goosebumps series that were made into episodes of the Goosebumps television series were subsequently rereleased in a series called Goosebumps Presents . The main difference between the books in this series and their original publications is that the Goosebumps Presents editions contained photos from the corresponding episodes. 18 books were released from 1996 - 1998.

This series features artists' interpretations of select books into graphic novels. This series begun when R.L Stine starting receiving letters from fans asking him to write more Goosebumps books.

Illuminated handcrafted buildings and more inspired by haunted places across America. With cards detailing the haunted history of each.

You hear a creak upstairs when you're home alone. The hair on the back of your neck stands on end for reasons unknown. Sometimes, the paranormal comes out to play! Now, explore the macabre mysteries of some of the most haunted places in America with America's Haunted Village Collection, available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. Your spine-tingling village collection begins with Issue One, Amityville House . Soon, your collection will continue with Issue Two, Franklin Castle , followed by Issue Three and additional American haunted place sculptures, each a separate issue, will follow.‡

You're sure to be amazed by every eerie intricacy and detail! Each issue in this haunted village collection is individually handcrafted in artist's resin to capture every chilling feature, and hand-painted to bring the presentation to life. Plus, each sculpture illuminates and features a wealth of detailing like the ghoulish apparitions that are seen peering out from their windows. Plus, learn about the events that took place in each historic place and what is thought to haunt the space with the included printed newspaper cards . Strong demand is expected, so don't delay. Order now!

ERS Game Studios presents the next installment of the Haunted Legends series!

You’ve been called to investigate the murder of Alfred Oldgrey's fiancé. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a dark turn as you uncover family secrets and the invention of a mysterious mechanism. Can you find the culprit amidst the quarreling family before it's too late? Find out in this electrifying hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past . This is my first NATIONAL book, a collection of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, evil entities, Fortean mysteries, and the paranormal panics and obsessions of long ago.  Other recent publications:   The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales  and T he Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales !  [You don’t need to be from Ohio to enjoy these treasure-troves of long-lost ghost stories and fortean mysteries!]  Purchase your autographed copies today by clicking on the links.

This is also the home of the Haunted Ohio blog . The topics on this blog cover the paranormal, the historical, the macabre, and the fortean from far beyond Ohio, flitting through time and space. I invite you to subscribe and comment.

At HauntedOhioBooks.com you’ll find fact sheets about each of the seven  Haunted Ohio  titles and the new Ghosts of the Past series (the two new books above) as well as information on how to purchase these titles and other books on Ohio ghosts. Teachers and librarians will also find information on how to use the  Haunted Ohio  series in the classroom, lists of haunted places in Ohio that you can visit, how to collect and write a book of local ghost stories, Chris Woodyard’s advice to young writers, and an author biography and interview with the author.


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