Today I would like to share with you an article that hits close to my heart.
From the Smithsonian Mag, the article talks about Resurrecting the Christmas Tradition of Telling Ghost Stories.
It is titled ‘A Plea to Resurrect the Christmas Tradition of Telling Ghost Stories’ and talks about how in the USA ghost stories come out in October and not much outside of that. It goes on to discuss Dickens and the tradition of ghost stories at Christmas, highlighting the value these stories offer at this time of year.
It is a well thought out and presented article that, if you have an interest in these things as I do, is well worth your time.
Katie Marie is a horror enthusiast and writer from Norfolk, England.
She has been published in several anthologies and magazines, and her Novella A Man in Winter was recently released by Brigids Gate Press.
Katie started writing while studying at Aberystwyth University in the early 2000’s and several years later she has received a Masters Degree and published many short stories, a novel and novella.
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