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ghosts

phasmophobia.
References in classic literature ?
But all these were nothing to the tales of ghosts and apparitions that succeeded.
The worst Buzzing I ever had with the Cookery-book was nothing to the Buzzing I've got now with the Ghost.
and all the gravestones in the churchyard--it was a large churchyard that they were in--looking on like ghosts in white, while the church tower itself looked on Eke the ghost of a monstrous giant.
Scrooge asked the question, because he didn't know whether a ghost so transparent might find himself in a condition to take a chair; and felt that in the event of its being impossible, it might involve the necessity of an embarrassing explanation.
He walked as softly as the Ghost in Hamlet, and more slowly.
Aye, aye, make him sit down," said several voices at once, well pleased that the reality of ghosts remained still an open question.
You meet so many men in dress-clothes at the Opera who are not ghosts.
Thus did we converse, and anon Proserpine sent up the ghosts of the wives and daughters of all the most famous men.
If you had had a 'Shilling Dreadful' in your hand," she proceeded, "something about Ghosts or Dynamite or Midnight Murder--one could understand it: those things aren't worth the shilling, unless they give one a Nightmare.
Neath which thy slumb'ring sould lies hid, That o'er the floor and down the wall, Like ghosts the shadows rise and fall
the world grows very full of ghosts as we grow older.
And the reason of the vanishment may be (if you want a reason), either that the ghost does not like letting a stranger like me into its secrets, or that vanishing is a settled habit of ghosts and of everything associated with them, or that this ghost has changed its mind in the course of three hours (being the ghost of a woman, I am sure that's not wonderful), and doesn't care to see you 'when the full moon shines on Saint Anthony's Well.