Washington Irving's Tales of the Supernatural
Stemmer House, 1982 - 307 pages
In this book of Irving's choicest stories of the supernatural, there are ghosts in large numbers, as well as goblins, apparitions, spectres, reincarnations, necromancers, and more than a few probable figments of the imagination.
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