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Shape-shifters, a dead Minuteman and an Indian curse figure into a Halloween story I wrote a few years back on ghosts in Littleton, Mass.
Turner Classic Movies this week has been spotlighting Lon Chaney: A revelation, and from now on, an October staple.
A tale of a haunted rectory that reads like a ghost story out of J. F. Powers is part of a cavalcade of Halloween coverage at the page of Tom Fitzpatrick, in Salem, who no doubt has been dodging tourist queries all week for directions to that there witch house.
And Dale Price ushers visitors into the paranormal. Keep staring.