Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu gave life to the modern ghost-story style and inspired the genre's most famous contributor, M. R. James. Gathered together for the first time are Le Fanu's complete ghost stories in 30 extraordinary recordings.
A manuscript from the collection of the late Rev. Francis Purcell, an Irish country priest whose interests extended to the gathering of old local legends. In this tale Terrance Neil, local handyman and bone-setter, encounters a rather bad-tempered spirit who sets him a rather onerous and distasteful task.
Public Domain (P)2015 Craftsman Audio Books
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"Great combination of ghost and comedy story"
the chair leg
the matter of fact was the protagonist treats the ghost
Irish folklore & comedy
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