Spooky Series

Spooky Oregon

Spooky OregonTales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings and Other Local Lore

retold by S.E. Schlosser

       Don’t be silly, she told herself, forcing her shaking legs up another step.  It’s just the loose shutter blowing in the wind.  And then all the hair on the back of her neck stood on end as she realized she could hear something breathing behind her…

       Meet Muriel, who learns too late that you shouldn't mess around in haunted houses.  Muriel is just one of many spooky characters who roam the pages of Spooky Oregon.  You will also meet a white witch who conquers an ancient evil spirit that  lives at her university; a killer sasquatch who wrecks vengeance on the men tresspassing on its sacred ground; the Bandage Man of Cannon Beach; and many others.  Great for reading around the campire, for Halloween, or anytime!

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Part One:  Ghost Stories
1.      The Handkerchief – Newport
2.      Top Hat and Cane – Bend
3.      Neahkahnie Treasure – Tillamook County
4.      Shanghaied – Portland
5.      Looking for Johnny – Oregon City
6.      The Green Lady – Jacksonville
7.      The Mad Logger – Depot Bay
8.      The Sand Bar – Astoria
9.      The Rivals – Sisters
10.  Cold –Ashland
11.    The Cabin – Mount Hood
12.  The Golden Hand – Medford

Part Two:  Powers of Darkness and Light

13.   Devil’s Lake – Lincoln City
14.  The Lights – Hell’s Canyon
15.  Trespassing – Cascade Mountains
16.  Tommy Knocking – John Day
17.  Griffin – Merlin
18.  Chestishire Cat – Eugene
19.  Bandage Man – Cannon Beach
20.  Laughing Devil – Gold Beach
21.  The Devil’s Sink – Elgin
22.  Time Slip – Fort Clatsop
23.   Destiny – Crater Lake
24.  The New Neighbor – Baker City
25.  Close Encounter –Willamette Forest


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