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  • Info Haunt was a straightforward but engagingly irreverent text-based mainframe computer game.
  • Some he thought had been put away for good come back to haunt him.
  • After the player has left the final battle, the haunting young girl appears.
  • Since then it has had been many years, but their past haunts them again.
  • She can escape in time but the knowledge he told her, will haunt her.
  • It usually includes food, games and activities as well as a haunted house.
  • But when she does finally meet him, there is something strange and haunting about him.
  • He usually just haunts people, but there are times in which he has killed.
  • A past mission haunts him as he finds who set him up.
  • The last of these is said to be haunted by a green lady.
  • But what could she do in the forest, away from the haunts of men? Cited from The Lost Treasure of Trevlyn, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • A few years later, an old secret would come back to haunt John.
  • Today, the house has become well known as one of the most haunted places on the island.
  • These ladies frequently come back to haunt him, sometimes even as a group.
  • The building is notable as possibly the country's most famous haunted building.
  • Stories say her spirit haunts the land, looking for the men who forced her from her home.
  • Each of them plays a certain role in their previous lives which haunts the rest of them.
  • Her past came back to haunt her with a challenge she could not turn away from.
  • It will search for food and new owner at night and goes around haunting people.
  • I wrote about it on our website, certain things sort of haunt you in your life.
  • We have been driven from our old haunts and forced to seek new places. Cited from Dickey Downy, by Virginia Sharpe Patterson
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Meaning of haunt

  • noun A frequently visited place
  • verb Follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to
    her ex-boyfriend stalked her, the ghost of her mother haunted her
  • verb Haunt like a ghost; pursue
    Fear of illness haunts her