7 edition of The headless haunt and other African-American ghost stories found in the catalog.
A collection of ghost stories and anecdotes that are part of the folklore of African Americans.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [113-116]).
|Statement||collected and retold by James Haskins ; illustrated by Ben Otero.|
|Contributions||Otero, Ben, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.H267 He 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|ISBN 10||0060229942, 0060229977|
|LC Control Number||93026223|
Fortunately for you, jaded ghost enthusiast, there's literally a whole country full of the wildest, absolutely bananapants ghost, goblins, creeps, and spookums ready for you to discover them. Japan has been developing the art of the weird-as-hell ghost story since before the Americas were even a twinkle in colonial Europeans' eyes. And in that. In them, you'll meet the ghost of George Washington, the headless horseman of Paoli, and a man who collects Poe. Other highlights include a murderous drunken cowboy who is brought to justice, though not by judge and jury, and a dark Boston museum where scientists attempt to reanimate an ancient mummy.
Anne Boleyn, The Headless Horseman, And Roland: A Long Tradition Of Decapitated Phantoms. I n , when the late singer-songwriter, Warren Zevon, penned the lyrics to his haunting (and haunted) musical ballad, “Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner,” he was adding the most recent strand to a braid of literature and folklore that Western storytellers first began weaving hundreds of years ago. The tale of its resident ghost, a Confederate soldier named Sydney Grimmett who died there, is the most popular ghost story on campus. After .
Additional manuscripts by Haskins in the collection include drafts, research, and proofs regarding The Jazz Age in Paris, an exhibition with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Services which opened in ; several unpublished works, including books regarding Julian Bond, James B. Eads, aging, and other subjects; and various non. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador is rich with tales of ghost ships, mysterious lights, sinister spectres, tokens of impending death, headless pirates and murdered loves. From legends of phantom loggers to stories of possessed teapots, Haunted Shores: True Ghost Stories of Newfoundland and Labrador is an eerie exploration of the phantom.
When he came to himself
Liberalism without secularism?
study of imports
The atmospheric system
Miniplant studies of pressurized fluidized-bed coal combustion
Education through physical activities
Patchwork, quilting & appliqué.
AALS mini-workshop on uses of technology in research and teaching
Jacob van Ruisdael
A study of Sir Thomas Wyatts poems
Implementation of the USA Patriot Act
Shorter atlas of the classical world
African-American folklore includes a rich tradition of ghost stories. Noted author James Haskins has gathered more than 20 of the most spine-tingling tales in this haunting collection.
Chilling personal accounts of ghostly encounters are also included/5(2). The Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories [Haskins, James, Otero, Ben] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories/5(2). Get this from a library.
The headless haunt and other African-American ghost stories. [James Haskins; Ben Otero] -- A collection of ghost stories and anecdotes that. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Headless Haunt: And Other African-American Ghost Stories at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.3/5.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Headless Haunt: And Other African-American Ghost Stories by James Haskins (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Harter, W., Osceola’s Head and Other American Ghost Stories, Haskins, James, The Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories, Hayes, Joe, La Llorona, The Weeping Woman, Hitchcock, Alfred, Alfred Hitchcock’s Ghostly Gallery, — Alfred Hitchcock’s Haunted.
Your Ghost Stories is your source for sharing The headless haunt and other African-American ghost stories book experiences and hauntings.
We are interested in true stories from readers like you, if you had a real experience related to ghosts, spirits and haunted places, especially if you are a paranormal investigator, psychic or medium yourself, please submit it.
The Headless Haunt and other African American Ghost Stories collected and retold by James Haskins. Illustrated by Ben Otero. Illustrated by Ben Otero. According to author James Haskins, African American beliefs about ghosts and spirits are culled from a.
From a headless ghost following visitors around a castle to Thomas Boleyn’s apparition haunting villages on a horse-drawn carriage, these ghost stories really do send chills down your spine.
Here is some of the most infamous ghost sightings and haunting stories from across the county. Whether there’s an actual ghost in this one, or just a Gothic ghost (which is to say a ghost which is only a metaphor, or which has some other real world explanation) remains to be seen.
Hundreds Hall, home to the Ayres family, may be haunted by nothing so much as its own history. The Headless Haunt: And Other African-American Ghost Stories by Haskins, James A readable copy.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Haskins, James. Headless Haunt: And Other African-American Ghost Stories. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, Print. A collection of more than 20 haunted stories and anecdotes, some with African-American folklore.
A number of these stories include spine. " West Virginia boasts an unusually rich heritage of ghost tales. Originally West Virginians told these hundred stories not for idle amusement but to report supernatural experiences that defied ordinary human explanation.
From jealous rivals and ghostly children to murdered kinsmen and omens of death, these tales reflect the inner lives—the hopes, beliefs, and fears—of a people.5/5(1). Haunted Kids (also known as Haunted Kids: True Ghost Stories) is a series of true ghost story children's books written by Allan Zullo and Bruce Nash, (creators of Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories.)Unlike many anthology ghost story books at the time, these stories are all non-fiction and based on real cases.
The true stories all involve children who have had encounters with the. Since times of old, ghost stories—tales of spirits who return from the dead to haunt the places they left behind—have played a key role in the folklore of many cultures around the world.
Tales of spirits and apparitions, headless monks and white ladies, have spanned throughout the ages, a constant delight for those of us who love nothing.
The Ohio Ghost Story That Will Leave You Absolutely Baffled. It’s no secret that Ohio is full of sinister stories involving ghosts of tragedies past. (This list proves Ohio is one of the scariest states in the country.) But what might be a secret to some are the little-known hauntings that get forgotten over the years by those who don’t.
York’s most famous ghost story is probably Harry Martindale’s encounter with the Roman soldiers in the cellar of the Treasurer’s House. However, inthe year it happened, his was not the ghost story everybody was talking about: Edmund Wooler and the flying book in the Yorkshire Museum was far more famous, even the Society for.
The Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories James Haskins. out of 5 stars 2. Hardcover. 20 offers from $ Slave Ghost Stories: Tales of Hags, Hants, Ghosts, & Diamondback Rattlers Nancy Rhyne. out of 5 stars 7.
Paperback. $ s: 2. With a history of piracy, slavery, and revolution, it’s no surprise that ghost stories surround there isn’t a whole lot of these stories written down—Seychelles is 90 percent Catholic and talk of ghosts and spirits is not done (in polite company, at least)—here are the stories of the ghosts that haunt the Seychelles.
However, the headless nature of the ghost of Edinburgh Castle marks him out as something altogether less common—and more eerie. 5 The Headless Mule. Brazilian folktales tell of a curious being known as the mula sem cabeça, which is the ghost of a woman—but which resembles a headless mule with fire spewing from its neck.
The story goes that. The Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories. Illus. by Ben Otero. New York: HarperTrophy, The ghost stories and anecdotes in this collection are part of the folklore of African Americans. Hooks, William H. The Ballad of Belle Dorcas.
Illus. by Brian Pinkney.In the tradition of Eichstedt and Small’s work, Tales from the Haunted South should serve as a call to historic sites to undertake the hard work of telling complex stories about the past that enable visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of African American lives under slavery.
I highly recommend the book to public.Quite a few ghost films (especially English-speaking ones) didn't make my cut of the 50 best, so here are some other recommendations of good (but not great) ghost films: Pulse (), Wind Chill, The Uninvited (), The Bunker, Grave Encounters 2, A Tale Of Two Sisters, They Wait, Ghost Ship, The Haunted (), White Noise, Paranormal.