Table of contents for Ghosts : real-life ghost hunter investigations / by Michael Teitelbaum.

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[Pages 4-5]
Briefing Notes: 
Highly Classified! Confidential Report! Eyes Only! (you try reading with your ears!)
In this book you¿ll find:
Page 6 	FUTS (Frequently Used Terms) Talk the talk like a real ghost hunter.
Page 8	A Timeline of Ghost Hunting History ¿ Key events in the development of paranormal investigations. 
Page 12 They Saw Dead People! (or at least heard them!) In 1847, the Fox sisters of upstate New York hear rapping (and we¿re not talking 50 Cent here!) on the walls, door, and windows. They establish communication with spirits in their house. Worldwide interest in the paranormal explodes! 
Page 16	The Landlord¿s Mother Refuses to Leave! (and she¿s been dead for years!) New tenants feel crowded by the ghost of an old woman who just won¿t leave her old house! 
Page 28	Who Owns This House ¿ Ghost and All! The spirit of a woman¿s dead husband haunts the house she claims is hers¿but her in-laws disagree! As they battle, her husband lets every know he¿s not happy about the fight! (who¿s going to argue with a ghost?) What did ghost hunters discover? 
Page 40	Tenants Move Into ¿Empty¿ Apartments ¿ Or So They Thought! If the apartments are empty then why do tenants hear footsteps in the attic? Why are light fixtures swinging back and forth? Why are candles moving by themselves? And why was a tenant slammed against the wall¿by nobody? Paranormal investigators check it out. 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ghosts -- Research -- Methodology -- Juvenile literature.