Cupboards open and shut by themselves. Could it just be the wind? Or is it a ghost? A man dressed in clothing from the Revolutionary War is seen wandering an old fort. Is it a prank, or a lost soul? Explore spooky unanswered questions like these and many others, in Urban Legends: Hauntings, part of Full Tilt's Origins series.
The origin of exorcisms is examined and eyewitness accounts are discussed. Listeners will also learn about Jerome, Arizona, and how an entire town has been haunted for many years by the same ghost. Through spooky stories, fun facts, and new vocabulary words, students can decide how many of these sightings are real, and how many are the results of overactive imaginations.
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- S. Winchester
Not books about urban legends
These books are not about urban legends. I'm not sure the author knows what an urban legend is, but it's not Salem witch trials or centuries old hauntings.
Also, there was no reason to put each of these out in separate books. When you take out the repetitive questions and the definitions they are constantly giving, the books are about 20 minutes each. It would have made more sense to put them all in one book with separate sections.
Pass on these.