Ghosts -- Congresses. : Rethinking ghosts in world religions [electronic resource] / edited by Mu-chou Poo.
Ghosts -- Denmark -- Drama. : Hamlet / an Illuminations/Royal Shakespeare Company production for BBC in association with Thirteen for WNET.org and NHK ; producers, John Wyver, Sebastian Grant ; director, Gregory Doran.
Ghosts -- England -- Chatham -- Early works to 1800. : The Chatham tragedy. : Being a true relation of a young gentleman of the town of Chatham, who courted one Mary Fletcher, he being perswaded of his friends to go to sea; how at parting they made a contract with each other, and as a pledge broke a piece of gold: but during his absence she was married to a farmer's son, which he hearing, went and hanged himself on a tree facing her house, after which his ghost appeared to her as she was in bed, whereon she arose and followed him, and never has been heard of since.
Ghosts -- England -- Devon. : A Narrative of the demon of Spraiton : in a letter from a person of quality in the county of Devon to a gentleman in London : with a relation of an apparition or spectrum of an ancient gentleman of Devon, who often appeared to his sons servant, with the strange actions and discourses happening between them at divers times : as likewise the dæmon of an ancient woman, wife of the gentleman aforesaid, with unparalell'd varieties of strange exploits performed by her : attested under the hands of the said person of quality, and likewise a reverend divine of the said county : with reflections on drollery and atheism, and a word those who deny the existence of spirits.
Ghosts -- England -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : A true and impartial account of the apparition of John Freeman, Esq; to a young lady at Dawney-Court, in Buckinghamshire. : Also a true copy of the ghost's letter deliver'd by himself to the young lady, who is one of the daughters of Esquire J---gs, of Heese in the County of Middlesex.
Ghosts -- Flanders. : A true and impartial relation of a wonderful apparition : that happen'd in the royal camp in Flanders, the beginning of this instant September, 1692, concerning King William / in a letter to a gentleman in London, from his friend, a captain in the King's camp.
Ghosts -- France -- Dole. : Leonarde's ghost : popular piety and "the appearance of a spirit" in 1628 / translated with introduction and annotations by Kathryn A. Edwards and Susie Speakman Sutch.