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That Ghostly Appeal (Tor post)

Delve into the folk tales of any culture in the world, and before long you’ll come across ghost stories. The woman who lingers on the bridge where she jumped to her death. The lord of the manor who haunts his former home. Whatever other supernatural creatures catch readers’ attention and become the next hot thing in fiction, ghosts have always been, and are always, here. Whether they’re taking revenge on innocent victims or trying to atone for past wrongs, audiences never seem to tire of them.

As someone who’s written about ghosts more than once, I’ve found myself wondering why. The best answer I can come up with is, it’s because ghosts can mean so many things…

Read the full post here at Tor.com!

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Originally published at Megan Crewe - another world, not quite ours. You can comment here or there.

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Earth & Sky
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The Clouded Sky
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A Sky Unbroken
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