A quintessential ghost story that both suggests the presence of ghosts and the belief that they don't exist. And as 'lil Mose meets visitors at the end of October, a ghost story/comedy ensues. Ellis Parker Butler was a contemporary of Mark Twain and is well known for his storytelling ability. Written with a specific dialect present, this memorable tale was interpreted by narrator Glenn Hascall.
Public Domain (P)2014 Glenn Hascall
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