The sound of pacing footsteps, lights that go on and off and doorbells that ring by themselves even when disconnected, strange rappings, knockings and things that move, ghostly pingpong games and swinging chandeliers are but some of the strange occurrences this family encounters when they move to a new house or so a diary found by workmen. Is it true or the figment of a child's imagination? The finders may never know for the family moved away many years ago leaving the decision of whether the house is haunted or not up to the reader.
About Louise Hart: poet and author Louise Hart has been writing since she was five years of age and published since she was thirteen. A former journalist, columnist, teacher and entrepreneur, she was dubbed the new Emily Dickinson by the editor of Mustang Review, a prestigious imagistic poetry journal, for her poem, "Snow". She has also been named Poet Laureate of Greater Lawrence by the Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. She currently has over 250 poems in print in anthologies, poetry journals, magazines and other publications.
In addition to her metaphysical, imagistic work, Prayers for the Temple Within, and The Illustrated Book of Trees, both available through www.e-dition.net, this versatile writer is the author of cookbooks, children's books, short stories, essays, humor, fiction and the historical non-fiction, Mill Girls and Their Daughters.
A native of Massachusetts, she is a graduate of Boston University, the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and Harvard University. She has also completed the Institute in Economic and Urban Development at Tufts University in Medford, Ma and attended law school. A business consultant and president of a non-profit corporation promoting careers in the arts, she is a former member of the National Advisory Council of the National Health Service Corps of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. She was awarded the Derek Bok Prize for Outstanding Leadership in Community Service by Harvard and similarly named to the state honor roll for Outstanding Leadership in Community Service by the American Association of University Women.