The Old Westerly House
This is the main setting in the story that became inhabited by a poltergeist, or noisy ghost, shortly after it was built.
The Headless Cupid
This was hand carved out of wood and was part of the newel post on the ornate banister in the house.
This is one of the locations where the children go to look for old artifacts.
This is the place where the Stanley kids are initiated into the world of the supernatural.
This is a black crow that also serves as Amanda's Familiar.
This is required for collection if the Stanley children are going to be initiated.
This is where Amanda goes to learn more about the place she is forced to move into when her mother re-marries.
This is the name of the country town where the Stanleys live...
This section contains 166 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)