The Spooky Adventures of Boo Bangles the Ghost - Book 6 - Lights in the Sky

Unusual lights have been hovering over Far Hollow. Secret aircraft? UFOs? Imagination? Whatever they are, everyone is in a nervous uproar, even the town’s only ghost. When a beam of blue light penetrates the old house where Boo Bangles haunts, he confronts how his scary talents may not be enough to do what he does best. What’s a ghost to do?

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About Laurence Knighton

Born in the Rocky Mountains under a loaf of wry bread, Laurence (Larsky) Knighton is a graphic designer and illustrator by trade, having written and illustrated Disney's 'Donald Duck' syndicated daily comic strip for years before its cancelation in the American market. Still illustrating and writing fun, entertaining stories, he resides in Boise, Idaho with his handsome plush-stuffed black Lab 'Buck' who never sheds, barks, or runs away.

About the Series: The Spooky Adventures of Boo Bangles the Ghost
The worst of scary bad ghosts, Boo Bangles tingles with otherworldly delight come Halloween when visitors arrive to disturb his sleep down in the old cellar that has always been his haunt. When he howls like a shattered soul and drips from the ceiling or presses from the tattered walls of his broken down haunt, visitors scream with splendid horror. Then while they delight in his ghostly antics, he turns inside out lest there be any doubt he was there.

Anything for a good scare.

Yet, for all of Boo Bangle’s fame for dastardly holiday fun, staging a good-time scary can backfire in ways that happen more often than a proud ghost would expect. Hilarious stories of playful horror, The Spooky Adventures of Boo Bangles the Ghost follows the un-lively adventures of a ghastly ghost that simply wishes to be left alone to do what he does best—scare.

Only, most things never go his way.

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