A 'spooky' crypt in an old church makes an interesting place for exploring, and Joey and
Nutty, egged on by Nutty's sister Trudy, agree to meet after school to see what there is down below.|
Who would have thought that Nutty would be trapped in an ancient tunnel behind a sudden fall from the ceiling ? The situation is desperate, especially when the noise of clanking chains is heard near by. Ghosts ? Well, perhaps.
Red boards, 122pp; b/w frontispiece and 9 illustrations;
As with all the books, the front and spine have full colour pictures,
but the rear lists the first eight Joey books rather than the plain blue with
publisher's logo normal for the series.
1959: dated reprint.
Lindqvist, Stockholm 1959:
Published as Joe möter spöken
Swedish edition; hardback with laminated boards, decorated cover -based
closely on the original artwork by Terence Freeman, not credited;
125x190mm; 126 pages; four black and white illustrations in the text, not credited;
translation by Marianne Jangö.