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Phantom Felines and Other Ghostly Animals

Gerina Dunwich

Publisher: Citadel Press

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PHANTOM FELINES and Other Ghostly Animals  Humans aren’t the only creatures whose disembodied spirits can remain earthbound after death. For centuries, ghostly animal apparitions have returned from beyond the grave to warn of danger, comfort a bereaved owner—even to seek revenge against those who have mistreated them. Phantom Felines and Other Ghostly Animals features the best true stories from all over the world, presenting a faithful picture of the many animal spirits that still walk among the living. Featuring cats, dogs, horses, birds, and a menagerie of wild animals, the authentic tales in this unusual book will give you a glimpse into a world that is much closer than you ever realized.

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