by F. Marion Crawford
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1911
Number of pages: 302
This book is a horror collection: Houses haunted by the skull-bones of a dead man! Vampires! Haunted steamships! Dolls like Chuckie -- but nicer! Horror fans will adore F. Marion Crawford's 'Wandering Ghosts' and other stories.
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