Thursday, October 30, 2014

Ghost Stories...and a recipe

by Andy Nunez

A 2005 Gallup poll indicated 32% of Americans believed in Ghosts. Television shows and movies with ghosts are on the increase, but what about the Eastern Shore? Lifelong resident Andy Nunez takes you along as he visits the gloomy mansions and overgrown graveyards of the Delmarva Peninsula in his third book on the Eastern Shore. Encounter spirits good and bad, seen and unseen, from Queen’s Anne’s County in Maryland all the way to Northhampton County, Virginia, in the South.

by Robert Kanehl

It started as a practical joke, but Hannah turned it into the adventure of a life time. Who drew the portrait of the founder of the first law school in America is a question that has haunted historians for 200 years. With the help of a spirit Hannah discovers the truth and even more about herself!

 by Oscar Wilde

You've seen the movies, now read the timeless classic of an American family that buys a British manor -- complete with ghost! Filmed many times, its light tone and gentle chills continue to thrill new generations.

Ghostly Cookies

  • prep time 20 min
  • total time
  • ingredients 3
  • servings 32


1 bag vanilla  or white chocolate  morsels 
1 (1-lb.) pkg. peanut butter-filled sandwich cookies(the peanut shaped kind.
 A handful of raisins, cut in half or in small triangles


  • 1 In a glass bowl melt vanilla chips, or a large block of white chocolate in Microwave 
  • 2 Line cookie sheets with waxed paper. Holding cookie with tongs, dip entire top and side of each cookie into melted coating, letting excess drip off. Lay flat, coated side up, on waxed paper-lined cookie sheets.
    Place 2 raisin halves (OR triangles with point toward outside for evil image)  in coating to form eyes. Let stand about 10 minutes until set.

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