Apparitions; Or, The Mystery of Ghosts, Hobgoblins, and Haunted Houses Developed
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Apparitions; Or, The Mystery of Ghosts, Hobgoblins, and Haunted Houses Developed

By Joseph Taylor
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  • APPARITIONS; OR, THE MYSTERY OF Ghosts, Hobgoblins, AND HAUNTED HOUSES, DEVELOPED.
  • APPARITIONS; OR, THE MYSTERY OF Ghosts, Hobgoblins, and Haunted Houses, DEVELOPED.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • AN ESSAY ON GHOSTS AND APPARITIONS.
    • THE DOMINICAN FRIAR.
    • THE SUPERSTITIOUS COUPLE.
    • THE HAUNTED BED-ROOM.
    • REMARKABLE INSTANCE OF THE POWER OF IMAGINATION.
    • THE WESTMINSTER SCHOLARS.
    • THE IDEOT'S FUNERAL.
    • THE VENTRILOQUIST.
    • THE FEMALE FANATIC, AND HEAVENLY VISITOR.
    • THE FEMALE SPRITES.
    • THE PRUSSIAN DOMINO, OR FATAL EFFECTS OF JEALOUSY.
    • THE DEAD MAN AND ANATOMICAL PROFESSOR.
    • THE DRUNKEN BUCKS, AND CHIMNEY-SWEEP.
    • THE CRIPPLEGATE GHOST.
    • THE VENTRILOQUIST.
    • THE SCHOOL-BOY APPARITION.
    • THE CREDULOUS PEASANTS.
    • THE NOCTURNAL DISTURBERS.
    • MARESCHAL SAXE, AND THE HAUNTED CASTLE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • REMARKABLE RESUSCITATION.
    • THE CREDULOUS BISHOP.
    • THE GHOSTLY ADVENTURER.
    • THE HEROIC MIDSHIPMAN; OR CHURCH-YARD ENCOUNTER.
    • THE COCK-LANE GHOST.
    • THE HYPOCHONDRIAC GENTLEMAN AND THE JACK-ASS.
    • THE CASTLE APPARITION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE TWINS, OR GHOST OF THE FIELD.
    • THE DOUBLE MISTAKE, OR COLLEGE GHOST.
    • THE HAUNTED CASTLE.
    • THE HAMMERSMITH GHOST.
    • THE FRIGHTENED CARRIER.
    • THE CLUB-ROOM GHOST.
    • THE LUNATIC APPARITION.
    • SUPPOSED SUPERNATURAL APPEARANCE.
    • THE APPARITION INVESTIGATED.
    • THE BENIGHTED TRAVELLER, AND HAUNTED ROOM.
    • THE HAUNTED BEACH, OR Power of Conscience on a Murderer.
    • THE SUBTERRANEAN TRAVELLER; OR GHOST AND NO GHOST.
    • THE MILKMAN AND CHURCH-YARD GHOST.
    • THE FAKENHAM GHOST.
    • THE UNFORTUNATE PRIEST, AND DEAD BODY.
    • THE VIGIL OF SAINT MARK, OR FATAL SUPERSTITION.
    • THE FLOATING WONDER, OR FEMALE SPECTRE.
    • POOR MARY, THE MAID OF THE INN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • GILES THE SHEPHERD, AND SPECTRE.
    • A MAN WITH HIS HEAD ON FIRE, AND COVERED WITH BLOOD.
    • THE INNOCENT DEVIL, OR AGREEABLE DISAPPOINTMENT.
    • THE SPECTRE OF THE BROKEN.
    • SIR HUGH ACKLAND.
    • AN AGREEABLE EXPLANATION.
    • THE SOMERSETSHIRE DEMONIAC.
    • THE MANIAC, OR FATAL EFFECTS OF WANTON MISCHIEF.
    • EXTRAORDINARY DOUBLE DREAM, Without any Corresponding Event.
    • REMARKABLE INSTANCES OF THE POWER OF VISION.
    • THE PHILOSOPHER GASSENDI, AND THE HAUNTED BED-ROOM.
    • THE GHOST ON SHIP-BOARD.
    • A REMARKABLE STORY OF A GHOST,
    • THE LADY OF THE BLACK TOWER.
      • PART SECOND.
    • PART SECOND.
    • INDEX.
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