Our bodies are gardens, to which our wills are gardeners.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Othello
Dead . . . might not be quiet at all.
MARSHA NORMAN, 'night, Mother
For Shaye Areheart and Jane Gelfman
The door was presumed to have been the entry to a coal chute, a perfectly reasonable assumption since a small hillock of damp coal sat mouldering before it. (Prologue)
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Chip and Emily Linton have just purchased a rambling Victorian house in New Hampshire and hope to make a happy home there for themselves and their twin daughters. But in a dusty corner of the basement is a door sealed with 39-inch long carriage bolts. Then the haunting begins.
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After he crashes his plane into Lake Champlain, killing most of the passengers, Chip Linton moves into a new home with his wife and twin daughters and soon finds himself being haunted by the dead passengers.