The Ghost Notebooks - Pages 185 – 236 Summary & Analysis

Ben Dolnick
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Jim then told Nick that as the ghostly appearances continued, he learned more things about the world of spirits. Sprits around Wright House seemed to be in a state of limbo, and by killing a person, the spirits seemed to be given a chance reenter the cycle of reincarnation in the place of the person they killed. Jim believes that the spirits killed Edmund Wright and Jan Kemp. However, Jim was eventually institutionalized for his ideas. Jim also stated that Wright’s wife must have destroyed or hidden all of Wright’s writings about ghosts following Wright’s death in order to protect Wright’s reputation from mockery. Jim stated that it sounded like the spirits had begun to inhabit Hannah. Nick then realized that Hannah’s strange list of things may have been a list of people and animals whose spirits that had...

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