The Tale of the Mogollon Ghost Tribe

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
In this short story a scout troop gets lost and is aided by Native Americans. Are they Ghosts or is this some sort of time travel? More

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About H Jason Schulz

H.Jason Schulz was born at a very young age. Early in life he learned never to drink and park as that often caused accidents that in turn caused people. He also learned to always give 100 percent in all that he does, except donating blood. For H. Jason Schulz when there is good news and bad news he always wants the bad news first. Here goes; The bad news is that I don't have any good news. The Good news is that there isn't any bad news! H. Jason Schulz often states that he is jealous of his parents as he will never have a kid as cool as they did.

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Review by: Michael Carter on Feb. 20, 2014 :
Ok but standard-fare ghost story, about a spectral Indian tribe in the woods, and presumably aimed at kids. Would be reasonable to read out to young children, although the writing could do with a going-over and I would have appreciated more dialogue and more showing, not just recounting the story.
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Review by: Al Molaison on Feb. 14, 2014 :
I suspect that boys who hike and camp will like the story. It has the feel of familiarity. What isn't familiar is the charming Indian ghost story. Rescue by the good but not always seen is the way to bring mystery to the familiar--that's the way it works best.
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Review by: claus olsen on Oct. 12, 2013 :
Sweet!
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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Oct. 10, 2013 :
Another excellent intro into the Halloween season! This story reminds me very much of the ghost stories my grandfather used to read to me as a little girl. The writing is excellent for children and entertaining enough for adults. Let us never grow too old to be unwilling to appreciate the innocence of childhood...
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