Many will scoff at just the title of this book. Real Ghosts? No such thing, right? No one believes in ghosts! Ah, but not so fast. There are thousands of people who claim we don't take the existence of ghosts seriously enough. Throughout the ages, mankind has been frightened and fascinated by the possiblity of ghosts. As with all things man does not understand, there is an innate fear of getting too close. Read these real ghost stories and see what you believe at the end. Oh, and don't forget the nightlight!
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William Thomas Stead (5 July, 1849–15 April, 1912) was a British journalist and is known as one of the early pioneers of "investigative journalism". He was born in Embleton, Northumberland, the son of a Congregational minister. He lost his life on the RMS Titanic when it struck an iceberg and sank in April, 1912.
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