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continually recurring to the mind

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having a deeply disquieting or disturbing effect

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The mansion and the hauntings are filled with creepy moments throughout the novel, but the climax and resolution are rushed and decisions are not clearly explained.
Here, Judy shares the inspiration behind this haunting family tale.
His book releases include: Paranormal World, Haunted Houses Around The World, An Encyclopedia Of Paranormal Events, Return To The Cemetery: More Ghosts And Hauntings, The Book Of Haunted Houses, Creatures of Myth And Legend, Ghost Hunting 101: A Guide For Beginners, The Ghost Hunter's Field Guide, and more.
The explosion of interest in the field of study that brings together the Gothic, the uncanny, the haunted, and the haunting, together with a postcolonial reassessive method, suggests that perhaps the ghosts and monsters that haunt the nation/ subject (from without and within) are finally being heard.
Calvin Cox of Heart Pounders Haunting a company that designs haunted houses in schools, camps and homes, gave kidsworld some great tips for you on how to turn your own classroom into a haunted house.
An event organiser said: "To find out more about the most famous hauntings of Tamworth Castle, including the Black Lady Ghost and Spanish Executioner, come along for thrills and chills.
603-536-4644 Grandpa Cummings greets visitors as he roams the halls, haunting this 1835 brick federal colonial inn.
It was the Amityville hauntings that got me into ghost hunting so I want to find out if the hauntings actually did happen or if it was all made up.
There does seem to be fascination with ghosts and hauntings on television at the moment.
has announced the publication of Spooky New England: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore, by Sandy Schlosser, the new-media product manager for consumerreports.
Through his use of the term ghostwriting, Syrotinski explores the ways Tansi's narrator and subjectivity perform the ambivalent presence of a subject who is caught between African authenticity and the hauntings of a colonial past.
Vic Tandy found that hauntings and apparitions could be associated with the presence of infrasound at or around a frequency of 19Hz.
Like the widow Maniet, all accepted that hauntings could occur and believed that bonds between women could transcend death; Huguette's case was fascinating, not frightening.