Throughout his illustrious writing career, Charles Dickens often turned his hand to fashioning short pieces of ghostly fiction. While all his supernatural tales aim to send a shiver down the spine, they are not without the usual traits of Dickens' flamboyant style: his subtle wit, biting irony, humorous incidents and moral observations. Featuring two of Dickens’ creepy tales – with a comic twist. A traveler encounters a ghostly chair, and in a deserted Edinburgh carriageworks, a tipsy reveler is spirited away by...well...spirits! Like “The Woman in Black” – but funnier, with fewer people!
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