The Ghost and Mrs. Muir Fanzines

by Linda Mooney

Stories based on the television series, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.

Above All Else
Two Stories of Impossible Loves


"While the Music Lasts" - from Phantom of the Opera. After Christine goes back to Erik,   they discover the type of love they knew they were destined to have.

"Cry of the Wind and Wave" - from The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, and based on the television   show of the same name. When Carolyn lies dying from a venomous spider's bite, Captain   Daniel Gregg is finally able to come to her. Yet she finds she must make the terrible decision between leaving him - or her two young children.

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Testament
This story picks up where "Cry of the Wind and Wave" leaves off in Above All Else. 

Deeply satisfied within Captain's Gregg's love, and in her love for him, Carolyn Muir begins to yearn for the one thing which he can never give her, the one thing that creates a deep and empty ache inside her that cries to be fulfilled.   She longs to bear Daniel's child.

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Captain's Logs
A Collection of Short Stories


"Candance Gets a Clue" - Candy finds out about the Captain.
"Hearts and Souls" - Captain Gregg finally confronts the spirit of Carolyn's dead husband.
"Sweet Memory, or A Pain in the Bilge" - When Carolyn has to leave Gull Cottage for a long period of time, the Captain drives everyone else crazy, missing her.
"Non-Stop Auction" - Captain Gregg will do just about anything to regain a rare antique he claims originally belonged to him.
"The Wish, the Day, and Everything" - In answer to a prayer, Daniel and Carolyn get one day together.

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Dinghies
Volume Two 

A collection of short stories originally published in the fan newspaper, The Schooner Bay Beacon


"Trick and Treat" - When Carolyn is unable to join her children at the school's Halloween festival, Captain Gregg comes up with a possible and personal solution.
An episodic story. 
"The Gift" - Carolyn discovers how blessed she is. A scene based on the episode "The Ghost of Christmas Past" 
"The Chance" - A horrific accident almost puts Carolyn at death's door. But it also gives her and Captain Gregg a chance to do something they'd never dreamed would be possible. 
"Crab Cakes and Licorice" - A frail and elderly woman arrives at Gull Cottage with a claim that rocks Carolyn to the core.
"Sunset" - What could very well have been the final episode. 

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Dinghies
Volume Three 

A collection of short stories originally published in the fan newspaper, The Schooner Bay Beacon

"Hearts Are Roses" - For Valentine's Day, the Captain takes a cue from the children. An episodic story. 
"Be Still" - Captain Gregg mourns the loss of fellow seamen. Only later does Carolyn discover why. 
"A Bird in the Hand" - Two bumbling thieves have no idea what they're up against when they choose to break into Gull Cottage.
An episodic story. 

"Tables Turned" - The director calls cut, the production team leaves the sound stage, and an actor named Edward Mulhare gets ready to head for home, when a supernatural being makes himself known.
"So Softly Lie" - The children's loss of a childhood friend leaves the Captain with the sad task of trying to assuage their grief.


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Tales From Schooner Bay 
A Collection of Short Stories

"It's a Wonderful Captain" - The bolt of lightning couldn't hurt the Captain, but the loss he suffered nearly drove him insane with grief.
"Keeper of the Light" - What started out as research for a story became a revelation of love and loneliness for Carolyn Muir.
"The Talisman" - An evil spirit claims Gull Cottage and the souls of everyone living there.

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The Portrait

"Reclamation" - The descendant of the artist who painted Captain Gregg's portrait comes to Gull Cottage to take it back.
"Restoration" - Carolyn Muir discovers that the Captain's portrait contains a unique power previously unknown to them both.

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