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Two to four players ages nine or older can explore all the classic rooms of the ghost-filled manor by roaming the Endless Hallway around Madame Leota’s Séance Room and socialize with the Happy Haunts by collecting matching sets of ghost cards.
THE BEST SPOOKY BOARD GAMES FOR LATE NIGHT GAMINGPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 8, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Our guide pointed out the spot where once stood the manor-house of Woodstock, torn down about a hundred years ago.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
At three o'clock he gave his horse to Abe, was told that the lady of the manor was out walking, and went into the house.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The old theories lingered long in manor-houses and parsonages, and among all whose hearts were with the banished Stuarts.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Janet Marward, heiress and titular baroness of Skryne in Meath, a manor worth some 200l.
IRELAND UNDER THE TUDORS, VOL. II (OF 3)RICHARD BAGWELL
That evening he rejoined his aunt at their temporary abode, which was a small dower-house not many hundred yards from the Manor.
A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES
Immediately the band of the count, thievish and ferocious, would sally from the manor.
THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
Day was slowly breaking upon the fateful night during which the fugitives effected their escape from the manor of Plouernel.
THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
But involuntarily his eyes were drawn to the hill beyond, where showed a light in a window of the Manor.
WHEN VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
"I've called at the Manor twice, and found you out; so I took to the highway," said the voice gaily.
WHEN VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER

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