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The past is ever present in Ghosts, where memory and history are as real as everyday existence for Anna Wigley. The apparations which haunt her are often those people, places and creatures that have touched her life most deeply, but they are also those casual encounters that continue to excite and scare her, to confound and console her. In photos and fires, in caskets and scars, they are the ghosts of owls and shrews, of soldiers and surgeons, of Cleopatra and the girl next door.