Ghosts of Op Shops Past:Michelle is being made to volunteer at the local op shop by her mother. She meets the other volunteers, has encounters with weird people, and finds an amazing sequinned jacket. But when it’s time to go and say goodbye she discovers that some of those volunteers don’t actually exist...
Ghosts on a Plane:Sarah and her brother Pete are winging their way to London for a European holiday. It starts off with the pilot telling everyone to say hello to the ghost on board which they excitedly go in search of, only to discover there’s more than one...
Ghostwriter: Sam West inherits a creaky old typewriter from his grandmother when she passes. After it’s cleaned and fixed up he decides to use it, after all, he’s wanted to be a writer for years and had told his grandma all about it. But when the typewriter types by itself and leaves messages for him, especially one very bad one, Sam realises it’s not such a cool thing to inherit after all.
The Ghosts of Heartland Hospital: The brand new Heartland Hospital is open for business, and Tommy Ward is front and centre as one of its new patients. Being in hospital is nothing new for Tommy, he breaks a lot of bones and gets into a lot of scrapes. But when the kids in his room are taken away to the “mental health” ward and don’t come back, Tommy goes in search of the story of Heartland only to discover the hospital is not so new after all...
Ghosts in the Shadows: Michael and his class are spending the week before Christmas at Camp Shadows Lake, where they swim, canoe, and roast marshmallows around the campfire. Everything is going swimmingly until Derek, one of the counsellors, tells a ghost story that has them leaving the light on when they go to bed. The only problem with the camp is the ghost story actually comes true...
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He wants to post a video on the internet and he wants it to go viral. He wants millions of people to click on his page and to view his content, maybe he could even make a living from posting videos online.
Gareth, his roommate, has the resources to make Richard’s dreams of being famous come true so he suggests an online reality game guaranteed to go viral, but Gareth is not who he seems to be.
LONG AGO: On a dark continent, there once was a tribe who worshipped a woman who was immortal. Once a month, a young girl was sacrificed and the woman devoured her heart. Soon there was no-one left.
TODAY: Marlene received a Chain Letter in her email inbox, and without giving it a second thought, she ignored the warning not to delete it, but rather to forward it to all her friends. Marlene was not superstitious, but what if this was the one email she had to forward? What if the prediction came true?
It’s Halloween week in Belmont, Australia, and Sam Almaw and his best friend Elliot Gunfield have been going to the local movie theatre’s fright night weekends, watching five horror movies in a row every Saturday and Sunday in preparation for the big night.
One Sunday, Sam and Elliot hear a howling coming from the river near Elliot’s house, and that’s when things change, especially when Elliot suddenly becomes sick and winds up in the hospital.
Their high school’s annual Halloween costume party, on the fateful night itself, brings a frightening occurrence. A beast-like creature, the height of man and the width of a car, batters down the gym doors and terrorises the students and teachers through one hellish nightmare before taking to the streets. And then Sam and his dad disappear, and Elliot ends up back in the hospital along with everyone else.
But what is the creature and where did it come from? Was it conjured like Beetlejuice and the Candyman, or is it an ancient Egyptian myth that’s far more sinister?
Suze is a mediator—a liaison between the living and the dead. In other words, she sees dead people. And they won't leave her alone until she helps them resolve their unfinished business with the living.
But Jesse, the hot ghost haunting her bedroom, doesn't seem to need her help. Which is a relief, because Suze has just moved to sunny California and plans to start fresh, with trips to the mall instead of the cemetery, and surfing instead of spectral visitations. But the very first day at her new school, Suze realizes it's not that easy.
There's a ghost with revenge on her mind...and Suze happens to be in the way.
Don't miss the delightfully funny supernatural Mediator series, from New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot.
Once upon a time in some weird German black forest cake land lived twins called Hantel and Gresel. They were poor, starving children, but after being sent into the forest for food by their mother they were starving no more, for they had found the motherlode of all food.
Sure it was built in the style of a house...
And sure a lonely old woman lived there...
But surely she didn’t mind sharing with two starving children...?
Needless to say, she soon put Hantel and Gresel to work to support their newly acquired sugar addiction and that’s how they became the world famous food critics they are today.
Ah, their long life was oh so good...and fattening...and sweet...until they found out about the deep dark secret curse being kept from them...
It Creeped at Midnight
Blake Williamson’s stepmother is dead, and his mother has come back to them. Back to confront Melissa and all she knew.
But things aren’t as clear-cut as they seem and Detective Hanahan has his suspicions. When Blake challenges his dad with the truth about Melissa, in front of Hanahan, Michael has no choice but to take a backseat while the detective works it all out.
What really happened that night three years ago when Adalind died?
Hanahan is on the case, and he solves the mystery with the ominous warning to Michael on New Year’s Eve. And then, as the clock starts striking twelve, there are three knocks on the door...