Spooky Series

Spooky Montana

Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings and Other Local Lore

Retold by S. E. Schlosser

About two weeks after I arrived in camp, I awoke in the middle of the night feeling a cold breeze piercing my sleeping bag.  I shuddered and then gasped as something huge and heavy suddenly fell on top of me and began to press me down into the mattress.  It covered my whole body.  I tried to breathe, but the darkness smothered my nose and mouth, and the weight made it impossible for me to expand my lungs...

Meet a Montana camp counselor who learns to her peril not to sleep in a haunted camp bed, in this collection of 27 spooky tales.  You will also meet General Custer and the spirits of Native Americans that still roam the battlefield at the Little Bighorn and the spirit of Calamity Jane, still working on her horse ranch on top of a remote butte. And every night at six, a ghost carrying a candle walks through a hallway in Red Lodge, Montana. A great collection to read around the campfire, at Halloween parties, and anytime!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part One:  Ghost Stories
1.      The Watcher – Whitefish
2.      The White Lady – East Glacier
3.      The Camp Bed – Swan Lake
4.      Bad Medicine – Marias Pass
5.      The Merc – Missoula
6.      The Return – Emigrant
7.      Quake Lake – Gallatin National Forest
8.      Calamity – Laurel
9.      The Candle – Red Butte
10.  Knock, knock – Bozeman
11.  I Want to Go Home – Great Falls
12.  The Battlefield – Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
13.  Pray -- Helena
 

Part Two:  Powers of Darkness and Light
 

14.  Foul Spirit – Browning
15.  The Bleeding Sink – Helena
16.  The Flying Torso – Butte
17.  The Cowboy’s Sweetheart – Custer County
18.  The Party – Teton County
19.  Faster! – Virginia City
20.  Crop Circle – Wibaux County
21.  Rubberoo – Billings
22.  Grizzly  -- Park County
23.  Monster – Flathead Lake
24.  Sacred Place – Pryor Mountains
25.  The Stone – Shelby
26.  Bloody Mary Returns – Bozeman
27.  Snow Bird – Glacier National Park

 

Comments

All of your books are so awesome! Thanks to you and Paul Hoffman for making my nightime reading experience so rich!

hey i love it very mush so good

i like this stroy

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