I suppose most of us sometime in our lives has felt a chill, heard a voice, seen a shadow and we look around expecting to see someone but no one is there. If we were to ask ten people if they have ever encountered something like this, more than half would say they have. We are all touched with the supernatural but some have had more intense experiences than others and we are told these stories in this excellent work Ghost Whispers, by author William Gorman.
The setting, north-central Illinois in the midst of small towns and common people is where we begin our journey. The stories, not so common as we are treated to the tales of mysterious ghost like walkers in many different situations, a heartbroken mother singing lullabies to the child of her heart and the tale of a young girl named Ellen saved from certain death by a friend who had just died, and this is only the beginning.
These stories are written in depth, woven with information that brings you fully into the background of the story you are reading. The tales, hair-raising and spine tingling, draw you to read on and leave you with a knowing that we are not alone and the life we live will impact our eternity. Great job and a wonderful reading experience. Recommended.