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Summer Ghosts From BBC Radio 4. "Yes, the ghosts you see at night, they're the souls - the auras, if you like - of good people who didn't deserve to die. That's why they're full of regret, and frightening. Ghosts we see in broad daylight are the ones whose deaths were right and fair - they've been redeemed by death. They were evil while alive..." 1: All The Dead Mothers of My Daughter's Friends (Written by Sophie Hannah; Read by Tracy-Ann Oberman) Mel makes a friend at the school gates and learns about the different types of ghosts in the world. Then the theories are tested out... 2: The Queen of Craigielee (Written by Louise Welsh; Read by Tracy Wiles) Photographing the deserted tower block means going to its thirtieth floor, which isn't really the place to be... 3: Swings (Written by Adam Thorpe; Read by Kenneth Cranham) Howard is alone when he visits the deserted playground. Then something starts to make a squeaking noise...
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