by Dugald Steer
Illustrated by Doug Sirois, Garry Walton, Anne Yvonne Gilbert
Part of the ology Series series
In 1975, under a bed in an old house in Tarrytown, New York, an unearthly tome entitled Ghostology was discovered, wrapped in a substance, later found to be ectoplasm.
It is the life's work and study of American ghostologist Lucinda Curtle, who mysteriously passed to the Other Side during a seance.
After her death, Ghostology seemingly became haunted by the ghost of Lucinda herself, who now wants to keep the secrets of the dead A SECRET.
Now published, ghostwritten by Dugald Steer, the world itself can decide if Ghostology - purporting to tell the truth about ghosts - was solid fact or insubstantial fiction. Delve into the wealth of information and learn about different types of ghosts, ghosts around the world and ghost through history; haunted houses, ships and other objects (including books); the ghostologist's field kit; psychics and mediums; fakes and frauds; test your ghostological knowledge on one of Lucinda's own case studies.
Complete with a jewel in the cover, as well as letters, booklets, sealed pages, flaps, a moving wheel novelty and glow in the dark ink.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 28 pages
- Publisher: Templar Publishing
- Publication Date: 03/09/2020
- Category: Mysteries & the supernatural (Children's/YA)
- ISBN: 9781787414976