When the curator declines his gift of the knocker to the museum, Ben screws it to his own front door. Consequently he is woken in the night to find that he is, momentarily, in Geap Manor, witnessing ...
Ben Morris, a young teacher, finds an antique door-knocker in his garden and takes it to the local museum, where the curator tells him it belonged to Geap Manor, a Tudor mansion, now demolished, and ...
Heavily influenced by Mr James - indeed perhaps a homage. Marl Gatis has previously written and presented a biography of the great Victoriam ghost story writer, whose presence permeated every shadow of this most British of ghost stories. See more »
Very watchable Old style Ghost story
Not a horror story, not much blood and guts at all but a well told ghost story. Slightly strange ending but very easy to watch and with a few twists anlong the way.
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