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A Story from a Spooky Camp

Cover art for Camp HauntIf you’ve got some extra time for reading this summer, and you like your summer reads to be spooky, check out Camp Haunt!

Camp Haunt grew out of my love for going to camp in the summers of my childhood, combined with a love for all of the creepy things that COULD happen at a girls’ camp on haunted ground. It’s equal parts nostalgic and spooky!┬áCheck out the blurb:

Camp Fairmarsh, founded in 1883, has a long tradition of giving teenage girls a residential camp experience. Girls spend eight weeks swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, making arts and crafts, hiking, and more. They leave camp with experiences and friendships that last a lifetime.

But for the girls who came to Camp Fairmarsh in 2003, the camp had more in store. Read their letters home, their diary entries, newspaper articles, and other camp documentation that chronicle the bizarre occurrences that summer. Find out why Camp Fairmarsh is Camp Haunt.

Camp Haunt is only available at Channillo, by subscription. But a subscription at Channillo will let you find plenty of other summer reads that you can read on your computer, tablet, or phone!


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