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SPOOKY TALES
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IN AND OUT
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PLAN CHETTE
People have always tried to contact spirits through a host of inventions. One of these is the planchette. You too can make your ...  | Read.. 
 
REAL ENCOUNTERS
Highway Spirit
Nobel Streak
Eerie Footsteps
Mystery Unravels
Mummy Talk
Get spooked this summer: If you plan to be home alone, get hold of a copy of this issue. But be on your guard. Weird things happen inside — Count Dracula shares space with Bhooter Raja, Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay tells you of his experiences in a lonely, haunted hotel. The trail then leads to spectre-infested houses in India and abroad. And if you want to try your hand at ghostbusting, take a peek at the planchette plan laid out just for you. But don’t try it at night, for when darkness thickens, unseen things rise from sleep...
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