There's only one thing that Kim has always wanted in life and that's a dog. A dog that she would love and that would love her back. Then her dream comes true when she moves to the country and meets Rex, a big, cuddly and loyal guard dog. However, he is also a ghost. Grade Artie Jensen, a nine-year-old with a wild imagination , is off for a visit with Grandpa Noonie. Artie and his alter ego, Dino Boy, can't wait for a weekend of baseball, but before long, strange things start to happen at the grandfather's house. Artie encounters Ghost Dog, an invisible pug that only he can see and hear.
At first the animal gets the boy in trouble, but he soon proves to be invaluable. The twosome stumble into adventure when they solve the mystery of a stolen rookie baseball card.
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Spooky, the Hungry Guard Dog is a four-year old bulldog portrait ghost appearing in the game Luigi's Mansion. Like the other portrait ghosts, Spooky is released by King Boo after the capture of Boolossus. When Luigi approaches Spooky, the dog spots him and begins to chase him. —Spooky, Luigi's Mansion. Spooky, the Hungry Guard Dog (Japanese: スプーキー Spooky), is a four-year old bulldog that is one of the Portrait Ghosts in Luigi's.
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Seller Inventory mon Condition: Used; Good. We are committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of customer service. All books are picked, packed and dispatched from the United Kingdom. Seller Inventory FH Prisoners at the ominous 18th-century Kilmainham Gaol included the leaders of the , , , and uprisings. The gaol closed in , and is now Europe's largest unoccupied building of its kind -- if you do not count the ghosts of former inmates and wardens. Their spectral presence is most frequently sensed around the prison chapel, where Easter Rising leader Joseph Plunkett married Grace Gifford just hours before his execution by firing squad.
Among Kilmainham Gaol's inmates was rebel leader Robert Emmet, who was hung, drawn and quartered in In his speech from the dock during his trial, Emmet famously asked that his grave not be marked until Ireland was a sovereign nation, and the whereabouts of his body remain a mystery today. Brazen Head is not the only city pub with phantom customers.
When the temperature unexpectedly drops in the Bull and Castle formerly the Castle Inn , it is believed to be the presence of poet James Clarence Mangan, who was born here in Kavanagh's pub is its better-known as Gravediggers, because the gravediggers working at the adjacent Glasnevin Cemetery used to order drinks on the job through a secret hatch. At the bar, there are regular reports of an elderly gent dressed in tweed who drinks a pint and then vanishes. Glasnevin Cemetery, as you would expect, has its own spooky stories. One of the more unusual ones is that a ghost of a Newfoundland dog is said to appear at the grave of his master, John McNeill Boyd.
The bereft dog starved to death after refusing to leave Boyd's grave.
Sightings of the dog have also taken place at St Patrick's Cathedral. If you do not want ghosts disturbing your sleep, you might want to pass on Dublin's most majestic hotel, the Shelbourne , located on stately St Stephen's Green. The recently refurbished hotel was built in on the site of a row of houses. It is rumoured that one of the original residents, a little girl called Mary Masters who died of cholera in , roams the hotel corridors.