The Haunting of Gad's Hall

...a vague feeling of uneasiness ... a child's macabre drawings ... dull thuds on the back stairs ... a glimpse of faces under the whitewash on the attic wall ... There were no screams in the night, no objects flying through the air, no murderous, disembodied voices - but Gad's Hall was haunted just the same. For the Spender family, the ancient, beautifully kept house had seemed a godsend, an incredible bargain, almost a gift from its owner - a kindly man who merely wanted someone to protect the family homestead, to make Gad's come alive again. And it did. But a door had been opened into the past. And soon a strong-willed, sensible woman would be overtaken by irrational feelings she could not control. ...
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