This is a bit creepy, sure, but why were the two men carrying her around to begin with? It sounds like the basis for a weird movie.| < i was thinking they killed her and hid the fact she was dead to dispose of the body without getting caught
"Not Only The Swallows- Ghosts and the History of San Juan Capistrano" by Lonnie Dai Zovi, is a short ghost story with exercises about a California teacher that takes her students to visit the mission at an Juan Capistrano to teach them about the history of Father Junipero Serra, the missions and of course the yearly appearance of the swallows. One of her students learns a lot more than she wanted to! high interest short story written at a 4-5th grade reading level, but of interest to all.
most popular haunted places, but perhaps not necessarily the most haunted.--there are definitely more intensely haunted places out there, but these are the most popular. Savannah and Gettysburg sound really interesting though
The Tractate Middoth is a short ghost story by British author M. R. James. It was published in 1911 in More Ghost Stories, James's second collection of ghost stories. This version of the story was adapted by Mark Gatiss and broadcast by BBC2 as part of the long-running A Ghost Story for Christmas series (2013).
This is the prose-only version of "Short Ghost Stories: The Man with the Axe in his Back". Note how I used a photo instead of a drawing, unlike the comics-prose version of this book.