Revealing that the honeymoon is more a product of a socially constructed view of romantic love than of the relationship of the individuals concerned, this book takes a multidisciplinary perspective, presenting a discussion of the cultural significance of the honeymoon.
Best friends, Jimmy Pittenger and Mike Decker, were looking forward to their winter break from school. Little did they know that they would learn more history than from any book in school when a ghost appeared the first night of Mike's sleep-over at Jimmy's. His name was Zebulon Seeley, an American Revolutionary solder, grandson of the original builder of the Pittenger's house. He was there to enlist the help of the boys to prove his innocence for a murder he did not commit. All the evidence to set his spirit free was in the house. But Zebulon wasn't the only spirit in Jimmy's home...there was another ghost who was very evil and who was determined to stop the boys from snooping at all costs.