HAUNTED SPIRIT

She said, “I needed the help of a good soul, someone who had known me when I was alive, a strong spirit, to be able to pass through to God.” Elizabeth also said to me, “We have a connection that no-one can break.

HAUNTED SPIRIT

True-life drama of paranormal experience. Fact can be stranger than fiction. A lost soul, craving justice; of superstition, witch-hunts and murder, of haunting, devils and demons, a terrifyingly real thriller. The uninvited ghost says she is Elizabeth Frye, that she was wrongfully hanged as a witch in 1692, over 300 years ago. She begs for help, believing herself cursed. A series of spine-chilling supernatural events follow. Can Elizabeth’s soul be saved without endangering Frances as she is catapulted on a journey towards hell itself ?

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