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Enjoy the mellifluous sound of Vincent Price reading ghost stories and a few spells.

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I listened to a lot of "spooky" albums as a kid (yes albums, my youthful looks come from arcane sorcery). Here's a sample, a ghost story in this case (and perhaps a clue)

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Another Halloween vinyl LP; my memory of this one included a MUCH darker ending. Did I imagine it??

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Experimenting with a little paper mache gravestone covered in grey 'chalkboard' paint. I think I'll need some black chalk... perhaps even charcoal.
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Here's a ghost buster, of a type. Rose Mackenberg, originally part of Houdini's medium debunking team.

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Elliott O'Donnell (1872-1965) was a British paranormal author and ghost hunter.

https://archive.org/stream/twentyyearsexper00odonuoft#page/n10/mode/1up

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_O'Donnell
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"The Ghostly Register" by Arthur Myers (1986). A general tour of hauntings in the U.S., credulous in tone.

https://archive.org/stream/B-001-014-072#page/n2/mode/1up/
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We've topped the spectral bridge with a "haunted" dancing mortar, from "The History of Block Island" (1877)

https://archive.org/stream/historyofblockis1961live#page/197/mode/1up/
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"Haunted Houses in Huntington (MA)" by Pamela G. Donovan-Hall, from Stone Walls Magazine, Summer 1992.

https://archive.org/stream/stonewalls1921ston#page/22/mode/1up
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"There are a couple reasons why this story is almost certainly just a legend. First, the fabled Necronomicon is not real..."

He says it more politely than I would have.
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