Let’s face it, when it comes to haunts, Halloween rules. Poor Thanksgiving. Sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas, and not even a ghost to its name.
OR IS THERE???
Because if I was a ghost, I’d definitely hang around the Thanksgiving table. So I did some digging, and came up with one Thanksgiving ghost story.
Folsom Prison has a Thanksgiving Day ghost – reputedly the spirit of a guard murdered during a riot on that day in 1927. Two guards died that day — Ray Singleton and Charles Gillies — its unclear which haunts the prison.
Did this blog just take a turn for the depressing?
Let’s stop that, with this strangely funny Thanksgiving ghost story [Click to tweet!]…
If you really want to get into the spirit, you might want to track down Thankskilling, a supremely silly horror flick featuring a homicidal, axe-wielding turkey that hunts co-eds.
About the Author
Kirsten Weiss is the author of The Hoodoo Detective, book six in the Riga Hayworth series of paranormal mysteries: the urban fantasies, The Metaphysical Detective, The Alchemical Detective, The Shamanic Detective, The Infernal Detective and The Elemental Detective. She’s also the author of Steam and Sensibility, a steampunk novel of suspense.