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The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black

by Susan Hill

The Woman in Black Resources

Websites

More Chills and Thrills

If you can't get enough of that Susan Hill spookiness, check out her website for more reading recommendations.

Harry, Can You Hear Me?

For more visually inclined horror fans, check out the movie site for The Woman in Black.

Movie or TV Productions

Nah, He's Not Famous

The 2012 production of The Woman in Black stars some faces you may know.

Made in the '80s

If you're looking for a lengthier version (by a whole five minutes), or if you're just nostalgic for some '80s cinematography, you can check out the TV movie version.

Articles and Interviews

Otherwise Unemployable

Susan Hill seems awfully charming and sweet for someone who writes such dark books.

Required Reading

The Woman in Black is standard reading for British students. Lucky kids!

Video

Hollywood Calling

On the set of The Woman in Black, Susan Hill talks about her book and its movie adaptation.

Creepy Tunes

Ready to get scared silly? Check out the trailer for The Woman in Black and don't say we didn't warn you.

Audio

Listen Up

If you need a good audiobook for your Christmas travels, pick up this one.

Images

Cheer Up, Chap!

Daniel Radcliffe makes a very serious looking Arthur Kipps. Well, that sounds about right.

Don't Turn Around

What's that peeking from behind Arthur Kipps?

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