In A Human Moment

Miscellany from the 19th century

The Haunted House

The Haunted House

Incredible as it may seem that, in this enlightened age, persons can be found weak enough to believe in the existence of supernatural agency on earth, and in the occasional visitations of the inhabitants of another world to this, yet, at this very moment, no trifling alarm exists from an impression in the breasts of certain individuals, of a highly respectable family, occupying for a time a comfortable mansion-house at South Lancing, within two miles of Worthing, on the coast of Sussex.

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Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet & Plymouth Journal Saturday, October 6, 1821, Issue 954 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II


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