Longtime residents of the Rhode Island mill village, Amethyst Hill, can tell you all about the haunting in the town's old cemetery. The legend of the Amethyst Hill ghost has been around for as long as they can remember. But the story becomes all too real for shopkeeper Lydia Gwyndorra and her friend Cory Spenceton, who is the sole heir to the mansion that overlooks the town where the Spenceton Textile Mills were once a prosperous industry. With the discovery of some old diaries and stories from the past, Lydia and Cory are curious to learn what happened that turned a beautiful, intelligent young woman from the 1920s into the terrifying Amethyst Hill ghost. While they uncover this compelling tale of murder and deception, the supernatural activity around them intensifies at an alarming rate, as though the ghost were watching their every move, and manipulating Lydia and Cory into playing out the parts in a twisted reenactment of her past. Discovering the truth behind the legend may no longer be a mere curiosity. It now may be a matter of life and death. A sequel to 'Afterimages, ' The Legend of Diadamia is C.J. Fisher's second novel, again combining his love of the old amusement parks from New England, with his fascinations in history, architecture, movies, ghost stories, and new-age philosophy.