WEFOUNDGhost from the Sea (Chillers)


The Old Ghost and the Sea is a quest offered by Jonah on Sentinel Island . This is Moby Dick , Ego Draconis style. A ghost wants you to catch a whale.

The Old Ghost and the Sea is a quest offered by Jonah on Sentinel Island . This is Moby Dick , Ego Draconis style. A ghost wants you to catch a whale.

The so-called ‘jewel’ in Egypt’s Red Sea tourist crown is currently enjoying an enforced isolation. Direct flights from the UK to Sharm el Sheikh are banned and, following Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice, travelling there through the surrounding Sinai Peninsula is also off-limits. Essentially, it’s ok for Brits to be there; but unless Scotty can beam you up, it’s not okay to get there.

At least, not with a direct flight. You can, of course, still go indirect – via Cairo or intermediate countries. Or there’s the bus – the overnight coach from Cairo to Sharm takes about nine hours and costs £7. On a bid to get the cheap Red Sea holiday that Sharm (and diving-centric Dahab, up the coast) used to do so perfectly, I chose this way.

It’s around 300 miles from Cairo to Sharm, but security at the moment is tight. More than once military checkpoints required us bleary-eyed passengers – me, the only foreigner in a busload of weekending Egyptians – to disembark into the gloom and line up, bags open for inspection. Some were pulled aside for further questioning; the passport and ID checks edged into double figures. My bags were inspected, though their contents were clearly disappointing.

The Old Ghost and the Sea is a quest offered by Jonah on Sentinel Island . This is Moby Dick , Ego Draconis style. A ghost wants you to catch a whale.

The so-called ‘jewel’ in Egypt’s Red Sea tourist crown is currently enjoying an enforced isolation. Direct flights from the UK to Sharm el Sheikh are banned and, following Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice, travelling there through the surrounding Sinai Peninsula is also off-limits. Essentially, it’s ok for Brits to be there; but unless Scotty can beam you up, it’s not okay to get there.

At least, not with a direct flight. You can, of course, still go indirect – via Cairo or intermediate countries. Or there’s the bus – the overnight coach from Cairo to Sharm takes about nine hours and costs £7. On a bid to get the cheap Red Sea holiday that Sharm (and diving-centric Dahab, up the coast) used to do so perfectly, I chose this way.

It’s around 300 miles from Cairo to Sharm, but security at the moment is tight. More than once military checkpoints required us bleary-eyed passengers – me, the only foreigner in a busload of weekending Egyptians – to disembark into the gloom and line up, bags open for inspection. Some were pulled aside for further questioning; the passport and ID checks edged into double figures. My bags were inspected, though their contents were clearly disappointing.

The Sea-Ghosts were creatures that misled sailors who sailed in the  Sea of Ghosts , the waters between Atmora and Tamriel .

The book Yngol and the Sea-Ghosts suggested that sea-ghosts were real spirits, and that they led Ysgramor 's son, Yngol , to his death.

Many sailors have met their end distracted by these glowing spirits, committing negligent and unforgiving mistakes at sea that they otherwise wouldn't; mistakes that could easily cost them their lives. [1]

The Old Ghost and the Sea is a quest offered by Jonah on Sentinel Island . This is Moby Dick , Ego Draconis style. A ghost wants you to catch a whale.

The so-called ‘jewel’ in Egypt’s Red Sea tourist crown is currently enjoying an enforced isolation. Direct flights from the UK to Sharm el Sheikh are banned and, following Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice, travelling there through the surrounding Sinai Peninsula is also off-limits. Essentially, it’s ok for Brits to be there; but unless Scotty can beam you up, it’s not okay to get there.

At least, not with a direct flight. You can, of course, still go indirect – via Cairo or intermediate countries. Or there’s the bus – the overnight coach from Cairo to Sharm takes about nine hours and costs £7. On a bid to get the cheap Red Sea holiday that Sharm (and diving-centric Dahab, up the coast) used to do so perfectly, I chose this way.

It’s around 300 miles from Cairo to Sharm, but security at the moment is tight. More than once military checkpoints required us bleary-eyed passengers – me, the only foreigner in a busload of weekending Egyptians – to disembark into the gloom and line up, bags open for inspection. Some were pulled aside for further questioning; the passport and ID checks edged into double figures. My bags were inspected, though their contents were clearly disappointing.

The Sea-Ghosts were creatures that misled sailors who sailed in the  Sea of Ghosts , the waters between Atmora and Tamriel .

The book Yngol and the Sea-Ghosts suggested that sea-ghosts were real spirits, and that they led Ysgramor 's son, Yngol , to his death.

Many sailors have met their end distracted by these glowing spirits, committing negligent and unforgiving mistakes at sea that they otherwise wouldn't; mistakes that could easily cost them their lives. [1]

These haunting tales from the high country include mysteries surrounding many well-known buildings and landmarks, some of which might be inhabited by restless spirits to this day! Features stories from Barkerville, the Banff Springs Hotel, the Little Bighorn, Warren Air Force Base and more.

From the towns and cities of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and P.E.I.--and the often unforgiving waters beyond them--come these unique tales of fright-filled folklore and accounts of phenomena that cannot be explained.

From the Rocky Mountains come more tales of high-country hauntings: hundreds of long-deceased people are still seen cleaning up the site of the 1903 Frank Slide; Idahos phantom white stallion rescues people who have lost their way in the mountains; and Colorado boasts a ghostly bookworm that haunts a used bookstore.


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