When Victory England bought the house in Waverly, Ohio from Percy Justice, she had no idea that she was also purchasing a ghost, in fact two of them. The irritating and violent acts perpetrated by one of the ghosts sends her running back to her realtor, Gift Bradford, and to the people who sold the house to her, her neighbors Percy Justice and his terminally ill wife Catherine, for answers. With help from Gift Bradford she starts to research the history of the house and of the land the house sets on, trying to identify the ghost. Meanwhile, she has problems with an ex-husband, struggles to help her dying neighbor, deals with personal issues between herself and her mother, and develops a special relationship with Gift Bradford, all of this while trying to diet! Can she protect herself from an angry ghost who claims her house as her own while working in opposition to that ghost by delving into issues the ghost wants to remain secret? This question builds the book Spooked to a crashing climax.