On the island of Haiti, stories tell of corpses brought back to life. Fact or fiction? Do voodoo witch doctors called bokors really have the power to raise people from their graves? Or is there a scientific—but just as chilling—explanation involving powerful poisons and ruthless con-men? This fascinating new title introduces zombie fans to the spine-chilling world of Haitian zombies. Did a man named Clairvius Narcisse really live as a zombie for almost 20 years? And what do puffer fish and poisonous cucumbers have to do with the undead? Love zombies? Then lock the doors, settle in, and get ready to learn all about Voodoo Zombies!
Imagine looking out your window and seeing a horde of moaning, rotting zombies lumbering your way. What would happen if a mysterious virus were to suddenly sweep through your town, turning people into crazed flesh-eaters? Where would be the safest places to hide? And what should you pack in your zombie survival kit? This fascinating new title gives zombie fans all the information they need to navigate and survive a zombie apocalypse. Packed with gruesome, spine-chilling details, the book takes readers on a journey of survival. Love zombies? Then lock the doors, hunker down, and dare to witness a Zombie Apocalypse!
Our TV screens are filled with terrifying images of the walking dead. However, people have been frightened of zombies long before movies and TV shows. This book uncovers the blood-curdling history of the undead—from Viking draugar to dancing Tibetan corpses to medieval revenants that crawled out of the ground, spreading plague and death. This fascinating new title introduces zombie fans to a horrifying host of zombies, both past and present. Packed with gruesome, spine-chilling details, the book takes readers from lurching Ro-langs in Tibet to zombies in 20th century America. Love zombies? Then lock the doors and dare to investigate Zombies Through the Ages!
According to zombie lore, if a zombie bites a person, he or she will become a hungry flesh-eater, too. But how might a zombie virus actually get started—and spread? This book lifts the lid on a whole range of horrifying theories on how “zombie-fication” might happen. This fascinating new title invites zombie fans to investigate the many spine-chilling zombie origin stories. Packed with gruesome details, the book takes readers on a stomach-churning journey through zombie lore and science. Love zombies? Then lock the doors, hunker down, and discover the many weird ways of Becoming a Zombie!
Cauldrons, broomsticks, spells, and black cats are some of the things that witches bring to mind. Yet, tales about witches are more than just spooky legends. Throughout history, people who looked or acted strangely have been accused of being witches and conjuring evil. The consequence of being found guilty of practicing witchcraft was often a terrible death! Among the 11 creepy witches’ haunts in this book, children will discover a castle haunted by a woman suspected of being a witch, a cave lived in by a odd-looking woman who could predict the future, and a tower where people gather on Halloween to summon the devil. The spooky photographs and chilling nonfiction text will keep children turning the pages to discover even more spellbinding stories.
This title takes a look into the history of haunted prisons and asylums and the unusual behaviors that have happened there throughout history.
This title looks into the paranormal activity of haunted houses around the world.
This title explores haunted battlefields and cemeteries aroung the world and the paranormal activities that happen there.
This title explores haunted ships, planes, and cars, and with scary photos and actual events and places.
This title looks at haunted hotels around the world with paranormal acivity that has happened there.
This title looks at how objects can be haunted and gives examples of famous places with such objects.
Marie Laveau was known as the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. In the mid-1800s, many people in New Orleans believed that voodoo practitioners could contact the spirits of the dead to ask for their help. Marie Laveau was said to use magical charms and potions to place or remove curses on those she wished to help--or harm! Did this voodoo priestess really have the power to contact the spirit world and cast spells? An exciting narrative format brings a fascinating period of American history to life, with plenty of creepy details to satisfy young horror fans. Chilling photos and illustrations and clear, age-appropriate text will keep readers turning the pages to discover the secrets of the voodoo queen.
Have you heard of Anansi, the mischief-making spider from Africa? Do you know about the Blackfoot woman who married a star? Or have you heard stories about Jack, the hero who always wins both the treasure and the princesss heart? Discover stories from North Americas folklore, including tales about: why the world is the way it is heroes and fools ghosts and horrors death and the world to come. Stories have power. They share the wisdom of other generations. They stir our imagination. They give us hope and courage. And sometimes they just make us laugh!
Safira doesn't believe in ghosts, but the girl in her cabin at camp was not a living person, so what was she? Her friend Trinity is convinced Safira's seen a ghost and sets out to discover who the ghost girl is. Safira is too busy dealing with her family to help solve the mystery. Safira has never gotten along with her sister, Mya, and now that Mya's pending marriage dominates the family there seems to be no hope for friendship between them. But when Trinity discovers the death of a girl named Myra, Safira starts to wonder if the ghost-girl has an important message about her own sister.
Over 140 spine-tingling tales from the hills of the Missouri Valley, the mesas of Texas, the great plains, the swamps of the Bayou and even the cities of California. These classic, timeless ghost stories range from the Monster of Mongollon Run, to the Blue Lady, to the Wolf Girl to Haunted places, to Native American spirits and to ghostly lights.
Looking for adventure, Sunni and Bree take summer jobs on a salmon-processing barge in Alaska. When they dig into the history of the old ship, they're shocked to hear an actual voice from their past!
Is Alex losing her mind? What else could explain the mysterious young man that no one else can see?
How does it feel to be an outcast? Katie learns a lesson about prejudice from a woman who's been dead for 50 years.
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