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Haunted Hour; an anthology

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Haunted Hour is a collection of chilling and eerie stories that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Margaret Widdemer has masterfully curated a selection of tales that range from supernatural encounters to psychological thrillers, all guaranteed to send shivers down your spine.

Each story in this anthology is unique and expertly written, with vivid descriptions that make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. The characters come to life on the page, drawing readers into their world and leaving them wondering what lurks in the shadows.

Widdemer's storytelling is captivating and suspenseful, leaving readers eager to turn the page and uncover the dark secrets that lie within each story. Whether you enjoy ghostly encounters, mysterious disappearances, or psychological twists, Haunted Hour has something to satisfy every reader's taste for the macabre.

Overall, Haunted Hour is a must-read for fans of horror and suspense. Margaret Widdemer has crafted a collection of spine-tingling stories that will haunt your dreams long after you've finished reading. Prepare to be scared, thrilled, and utterly captivated by this haunting anthology.

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I have not considered as ghost-poems anything but poems which related to the return of spirits to earth. They "The Blessed Damozel," a poem of spirits in heaven, "La Belle Dame Sans Merci," whose heroine may be a fairy or witch, and whose ghosts are presented in dream only, do not belong in this classification; nor do such poems as Mathilde Blind's lovely sonnet, "The Dead Are Ever with Us," class as ghost-poems; for in these the dead are living in ourselves in a half-metaphorical sense. If a poem would be a ghost-story, in short, I have considered it a ghost-poem, not otherwise.

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