Maxwell's Ghosts

Campfire Stories for Kids
Ghosts love to go camping. It provides them a nice break from having to spend most of their ghostly lives alone in broken-down old houses waiting for anyone dumb enough to come in and get scared. Taking an outing to a cemetery isn't much of an improvement. Those places are just as lonely, especially at night. Campgrounds, though, are filled with people, who, from the stories they tell around their campfires, seem to enjoy getting scared. The evening in a campground is when ghosts most like being ghosts. In campsite after campsite, they listen to families telling stories about them. The stories in this book are “ghost approved.” Should you make up your own ghost stories and share them around the campfire, make sure they are stories ghosts will like. One of them could be listening.

Gary W. Fehring

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