Mrs. Zant and the Ghost
Mrs Zant has recently lost her beloved husband, and while walking in the Kensington Gardens, the spot where she and her deceased husband declared their love for each other, she feels his presence trying to warn her of some coming danger. Mr Rayburn witnesses it all, and he'll have to fight his... show more
Mrs Zant has recently lost her beloved husband, and while walking in the Kensington Gardens, the spot where she and her deceased husband declared their love for each other, she feels his presence trying to warn her of some coming danger.
Mr Rayburn witnesses it all, and he'll have to fight his own incredulity regarding the supernatural and his gut feeling that the disturbed young woman is telling the truth.
Publish date: 2015-12-23
Publisher: Audible Studios
Edition language: English
Anderson as a reader is rather interesting. At one point, I was like, "I'm not sure how I feel about this voice" and then I was like, "There it is". So, this is Collins' ghost story about a woman who may be haunted. It's a good ghost story, and unlike his contemporary, Dickens, Collins does wri...
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What a charming little ghost story! True, it wasn't very scary, but to me, ghost stories don't always have to be. I thought Gillian Anderson was a top-notch narrator, too. She such has a lovely soothing voice.
This looked interesting when people were suggesting it, so I thought I’d give it a shot. It was a cute and creepy ghost story, and I liked Gillian Anderson’s narration. I also liked the little girl, especially when she declares, “I’m not a fairy.” I think I’ll count it for the “Ghost Stories and...
A quick 1-hour and change audiobook of the short story by Wilkie Collins about a man and his daughter who stumble across a woman in the park who is either haunted, or mad. I was really enjoying the story until the very end: it felt entirely too rushed and very little was explained enough to my sat...