Höfundur: Jón R. Hjálmarsson

In the old days, Icelanders´ belief in ghosts was widespread and deep-rooted. Much of the country´s folklore is decoted to ghost stories, in which various types of phantasms feature. The most common of these otherworldly beings are spectres and zombies, as well as the so-called „family“ ghosts, and, of course, poltergeists.

In this collection, educator an tale-teller Jón R. Hjálmarsson (1922-2018) retells many of the most famous of these stories and brings these ghosts back to life.