The Headless Cupid Themes

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The Supernatural

The supernatural is one the main themes in the story. The Old Westerly House is the perfect setting for supernatural activity. The house is old and supposedly haunted. No one knows for sure what happened in the house other than there was once a poltergeist that decapitated the cupid at the base of the stairs. A poltergeist is a noisy ghost that is known for moving things around. While some can be violent, most are simply destructive.

Although Amanda is new to the world of the supernatural, she delights in studying the various areas of paranormal activity and spends as much time as she can learning about different aspects. As neophytes, the Stanley children do not fully understand the supernatural or the occult, but they have more natural abilities than Amanda suspects. The areas discussed in the book include witchcraft, including spell casting and mind control; s...

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