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Summer School: How To Tell A Ghost Story

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Thea Lewis, the founder of Burlington's Queen City Ghostwalk, shares tips for telling a hair-raising tale.

Nothing says summer quite like a good ghost story. But what could be worse than sitting around a campfire, having your turn come up to spin a tale, and drawing a blank? Or worse, telling a story that just isn't scary?

This week in Vermont Edition's Summer School, we're getting some tips on crafting the perfect spooky story from Thea Lewis, the founder of Burlington's Queen City Ghostwalk. Often called "Vermont's Queen of Halloween," Lewis shares her tricks to telling a hair-raising tale and tells a ghost story of her own.

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