The ghost writer’s name Casper is an Australian name and a surname, meaning “ghost”.
The story was written by Australian writer, Casper McGlashan, who is best known for her book “Ghosts”.
“Casper” is a term that has been used in the Australian community for a long time, but Casper’s name has come up again in recent years.
“It’s quite funny.
There’s been a lot of confusion over it in the past few years,” Ms McGlazan said.”
But it’s really a fantastic story.
It’s very personal and you can relate to Casper as you read it.”
People say, ‘Why are you writing about ghosts?’ and I just think it’s a great story.
“I’ve heard some people say that they don’t understand what ghost stories are about.
It all comes down to the idea that Casper isn’t really there and you have to understand what she’s doing.”
You really do have to read it in order to understand.
“I just love the idea of her telling the story.”
A book of ghost stories is expected to be released this year, but Ms McGlishan said it wasn’t clear whether the author would publish it or not.
“She’s really got an amazing life story to tell, which is really fascinating,” she said.
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