Christmas Ghosts Stories! Anilbalan’s Ghost Cities Blog New post A View from a Hill

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Hugh Paxton’s blog watches the Anilbalan Ghost Cities Blog’s countdown to Christmas with consistent interest! A View from a Hill is actually one of MR James’s creepiest stories. Not quite a horror story but definitely a ghost story nudging at the boundaries of that genre. The BBC TV version is slow, old fashioned, fussy with its attention to seemingly irrelevant detail, then eek! You’ve just reared up in alarm and have spilled scalding mulled wine over your groin!

Happened to me twice watching this one!

Cheers!

Hugh

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ghostcities posted: "Last week’s ghost story video seemed to go down pretty well, so here’s another M R James classic filmed by the BBC for your delectation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7Ee50M7ABQ "

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New post on Ghost Cities

A View from a Hill

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Last week’s ghost story video seemed to go down pretty well, so here’s another M R James classic filmed by the BBC for your delectation:

ghostcities | December 6, 2015 at 2:00 am | Tags: A View from a Hill, M R James | Categories: Short Story, Supernatural fiction, Television, Writer | URL: http://wp.me/p1Pozr-qJ

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