Heartstoppingly chilling’ Everyday Express
Peruse the genuinely frightening exemplary English phantom story behind the play.
Arthur Kipps, a lesser specialist, is brought to go to the burial service of Mrs Alice Drablow, the sole occupant of Eel Bog House. The house remains toward the finish of a highway, wreathed in haze and secret, yet it isn’t until he witnesses a squandered young lady, dressed all in dark, at the memorial service, that a crawling feeling of disquiet starts to grab hold, an inclination extended by the hesitance of local people to discussion of the lady dressed in dark – and her horrendous reason.
‘Nobody cools the heart like Susan Slope’ Everyday Message
**Assuming you love The Lady dressed in Dark, attempt The Different Torment of Men, the principal book in Susan Slope’s Simon Serrailler series**
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