An ABC TV Movie
Imagine being a certified, summa cum laude graduate of Spiritual Specter University, looking forward to your first job as a bona fide ghost, only to discover that through a computer error you have been assigned to a brand-new house in a modern subdivision. Not only is the place devoid of cobwebs and creaking doors, but it is occupied by Jean-Paul Landry, an absent-minded professor, his unflappable wife, their twelve noisy, rambunctious children ranging in age from fifteen down to less than one year, and a docile dachshund.
This is the perplexing predicament in which Henry Hamilton, a casualty of the Civil War, finds himself in Henry Hamilton: Graduate Ghost. The normal, everyday household confusion makes even his best attempts at frightening the family with chain rattling and the best spooklike moaning end in dismal failure. An ordinary spirit might have given up on the spot; but, undaunted, Henry is determined to try every trick necessary to prove himself.
How Henry handles the enormous challenge of haunting this uncooperative and disbelieving family—and what the Specter Inspector finds on his crucial midsummer rounds—will surprise and delight you. Children, adults, and everyone in between will identify with Henry’s frustration and delight in his ghostly hijinks.