Mary Wilkins Freeman (1852-1930) was an American writer best known for her stories reflecting the world of women fighting for dignity and independence from men. Her tales typically describe domestic settings and intimate relationships and are told with sensitivity and a poignancy which illuminates a bygone era in vivid detail.
'The Lost Ghost' is a supernatural story told by one woman to another about a child ghost who wanders around an old house in search of her mother.... The story has an extraordinary ending.
When I first started listening to this story, I thought the narration sounded very odd. As the story went along, I decided that the creepy narration was just perfect! This is a pretty good, old-timey, ghost story. I liked it a lot.
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