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I loved the introduction by Ann Rule, not because she is Ann Rule, but because it was a good piece about items she owned related to the killers she'd written about and the weird juju attached (or possibly attached). That story had more flesh and blood to it than the little chapters in the book. There were a few longer pieces I liked, but for the most part, I felt the segments were too short without much story to them.
Leslie Rule is a good writer, though, and I will probably try another of her books.
a few possible answers. To me, the most entertaining ghost stories are the ones that I believe are likely
to be true. For me, I have seen a ghost once - the ghost of my grandmother after she passed away in our childhood home many years ago. The feeling I got was that she was watching me play - and did not want to be
seen - just watching. All I saw was her clearly was her foot turn the corner into the living room - when I went to
the next room - it was empty.
It is fascinating as you read of ghost stories - how some are terrifying, some are simply the ghost seeming to go
through the regular routine they remember so well.
This book is a must-read as far as I am concerned.