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  • n. Plural form of haunter.


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  • When the fake survey-taker reminds Orin that he can access those familiar programs and commune with his "syndicated airwave-haunters" whenever he pleases through his entertainment subscription service, Orin remarks that the fact of his actively choosing the familiar disrupts his enjoyment of it.

    Simulmedia: Our Allegiance to the Vapid Ditty of Broadcast Television - Jeff Storan - MediaBizBloggers

  • A group of Hallowe'en haunters who built an elaborate spook-house in a warehouse last October have posted elaborate build-notes on the project.

    Boing Boing

  • How the candles and the fire were put out, I do not know; for the haunters certainly did not act quite up to tradition, which held that the lights were put out by the ‘blood-drip.’

    Carnacki, the Ghost Finder

  • This must have warned the haunters; for when we descended to a secret room which we found at the end of a long and narrow passage in the thickness of the walls, we found no one.

    Carnacki, the Ghost Finder

  • Jack is about to discover some haunters are unfriendly.

    HH Com 533

  • Desperate to win the battle for 62 Ghoulstone Villas, Jack and Ritchie's final hope is to break the strictest rule of their world - livings must not timewarp with haunters.

    HH Com 533

  • In Jack's world, haunters and livings exist side by side, usually happily.

    12/24/2006 - 12/31/2006

  • Some haunters break all the rules of the Haunting Code of Conduct.

    12/24/2006 - 12/31/2006

  • There was soon a third policeman on the spot, and a dozen other persons, cab-drivers, haunters of the street by night, and houseless wanderers, casuals who at this season of the year preferred the pavements to the poorhouse wards.

    The Way We Live Now

  • And most haunters suffer from what Andrew Lang called “spectral aphasia,” often straining but unable to speak.

    Experiencing the Next World Now


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