Rachel Hawkins/Erin Sterling

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene

An Audio Drama Podcast

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene by Rachel Hawkins

Written by New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hawkins, this historical horror story traps a group of sleuths in a haunted house desperate to escape the wrath of a vengeful ghost.

A savvy spiritual medium, Beatrix Greene must outsmart the most important client of her career: a scientist determined to expose frauds like her.

She knows the seances she conducts are fake, but financial freedom for a single woman in Victorian England is hard to come by. So when notorious scientist James Walker makes her a proposition—prove that ghosts are real, once and for all, for a hefty price—she can’t resist the temptation.

The problem is the ghosts of Ashbury Manor are very real, indeed, and when Beatrix summons one by accident, she and the other guests of the evening are terrified but find the doors of the manor won’t allow escape.

Only unraveling secrets from the Manor’s past will banish the ghost for good. As time runs out and death stalks the halls, Beatrix and James must work together or risk being the haunting’s next victims.

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Beatrix Greene is a Realm production, written by Rachel Hawkins, Ash Parsons, and Vicky Alvear Shecter.