Of ghostes and spirites, walking by night: and of straunge noyses, crackes, and sundrie forewarnings: which commonly happen before the death of men: great slaughters, and alterations of kingdoms.
|Format||Book (248 pages)|
|Notes||Printed over 400 years ago (1596) in London, this book by Ludwig Lavater is considered a standard English source-book for ghost lore and demonology. It is believed that Shakespeare read this edition and used it for Hamlet. –Abstract. From the collection of Jane C. Apple.|
|Contributor||Susquehanna University, Blough-Weis Library|