The Ghost of Windy Hill by Clyde Robert Bulla
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
"Shut your eyes, Jamie. Now think of Windy Hill and tell me what you see."
"I see a big house on a high hill," he said, "where the wind comes in from the sea."
"And it's night and there are trees all around," she said. "There's tall grass in the yard. An old man is creeping through the grass - " (8-9)
"Windy Hill is not haunted. We can be sure of that already," said professor Carver. "If something mysterious happens here, it still won't mean there's a ghost in the house.A strange sound might be the wind. A strange sight might be someone playing a joke." (18)
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