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Old 06-14-2008, 07:23 PM   #1
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Goddard, Charles & Dickey, Paul: The Ghost Breaker (Illustrated), v1 14 Jun 2008

Warren Jarvis, an aristocratic Kentuckian heads to Spain in hopes of escaping a family feud. He gets involved with Maria Theresa, a lovely young princess who has inherited a spooky old Spanish castle. Supposedly haunted, the castle harbors a deep dark secret that could prove fatal to the heroine. The best known version of this venerable spine-tingler was filmed in 1940 as the Bob Hope-Paulette Goddard vehicle The Ghost Breakers.
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