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eBook Ghostly Lights: Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales of Terror ePub

by Annick Hivert-Carthew

  • ISBN: 0923568441
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Annick Hivert-Carthew
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wilderness Adventure Books (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1162 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1378 kb
  • Other: mobi doc azw lrf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 535

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Annick Hivert-Carthew. Ghostly Lights: Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales of Terror (Haunted Lights). 0923568441 (ISBN13: 9780923568443).

Phantom shadows on Lake Ontario. drowning sailors at Point Iroquois . Annick Hivert-Carthew. Phantom shadows on Lake Ontario. mysterious disappearances on Hope Island. madness and horror at South Haven. The isolated lighthouses of the Great Lakes provide the perfect setting for twenty-one spine-tingling tales.

The best stories in "Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales of Terror" have a kernel of truth in them. They are about ghostly lighthouse keepers and/or drowned sailors. The worst stories are ghostly bodice-rippers that the author made up whole-cloth

The best stories in "Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales of Terror" have a kernel of truth in them. The worst stories are ghostly bodice-rippers that the author made up whole-cloth. I'm not certain why they were included in the book, except that the phantasmagoric romances are set in or near a lighthouse. The author tells a very energetic story, sequined with multiple adjectives and adverbs

Phantom shadows on Lake Ontario.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Guiding Lights Tragic . Lighthouses, from the Upper St. Lawrence River to the head of Lake Superior, have played an integral role in the history, romance, lore.

A peaceful lighthouse at Prescott, Ontario, was once the flashpoint of American invasion in an undeclared war. Robbers called -Blackbirds- preyed on Lake Erie shipping, using false beacons to confuse their victims. Lawrence River to the head of Lake Superior, have played an integral role in the history, romance, lore and legends of the Lakes.

Ghostly Tales was a horror-suspense anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics from 1966 to 1984 (though it was primarily a reprint title from 1978 onward). The book was "hosted" by Mr. L. Dedd (later changed to I. M. Dedd), a middle-aged gentleman with purplish skin and horns who dressed like a vampire. Mr. Dedd spun his "ghostly tales" from the parlor of his "haunted house".

Special Subscription Offer plus Coupon. Special Subscription Offer plus Coupon. Great Lakes Lighthouse News and History. Here their "Jewel of the Port," the restored Lorain West Breakwater Light on Lake Erie, is shown in spooktacular orange for Halloween - Photo by Bret Allen.

Clothing Robbers called "Blackbirds" preyed on Lake Erie shipping, using false beacons to confuse their victims. Robbers called "Blackbirds" preyed on Lake Erie shipping, using false beacons to confuse their victims. The lighthouse at Oswego, New York, was the site of one of the worst disasters in the history of the United States Coast Guard. A Lake Huron lightkeeper wiped snow off the window of his lamp room, and inadvertently caused a shipwreck. In these lonely outposts, a solitary keeper struggles with the elements, unknown forces, and internal demons. Today, lighthouses are beloved, but yarns of terror are even more popular.

Phantom shadows on Lake Ontario . . . drowning sailors at Point Iroquois . . . mysterious disappearances on Hope Island . . . madness and horror at South Haven . . .

The isolated lighthouses of the Great Lakes provide the perfect setting for twenty-one spine-tingling tales. In these lonely outposts, a solitary keeper struggles with the elements, unknown forces, and internal demons. Today, lighthouses are beloved, but yarns of terror are even more popular. Most of us fall to the fascination of the supernatural, of being scared, of being chilled by ghost stories, literature of the strange and weird, of specters clanking their chains and seeking retribution.

Not every lighthouse has a ghost or a tale of terror. But trust an author's brain to create, to ride crests of horror, peaks of fear and stimulation, to pit readers against their worst terrors. Imagine a remote lighthouse, madness, a roaring wind and foaming crests. You're on your own, trying to outwit an unknown and invisible evil . . .

Narrated by a master storyteller, this chilling collection will delight and terrify anyone who dares to read it.