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A spooky children's app for Hallowe’en

The Witch of the East is an olde worlde ghost story with a 21st century spin

Posted: 24 October 2012
by Fiona McKim

The thrill of listening to a spooky story at Hallowe’en is one that stays with most of us long beyond childhood, but in many households this year ghost stories are set to become an altogether more modern affair.

Ogres, goblins and ghouls abound in The Witch Of The East, an interactive storybook app, perfect for children with a taste for the macabre.

Cuddle up with your child on a dark night and listen as the soothing Celtic tones of Scottish actors Jimmy Chisholm and Siobhan Redmond spin a spooky yarn with haunting illustrations that jump to life on an iPad screen.

What’s more, a large percentage from sales of the original book and app go towards SBCC, a charity providing support for young burn survivors across Scotland.

To find out more, or download the app, visit www.talesofmordekaihagg.com

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