Ghost Agency


The most ramshackle ghost agency on the planet!

Looking for a ghost to haunt a castle? In need of an apparition to make an impression? Want a Poltergeist to liven up a party? The Williard Moogley ghost agency has everything you need!

  • Funny, irreverent and capricious ghosts, vain old souls who love being the centre of attention again, and willingly rely on an agent to get them there, just like the artists of the entertainment world.

  • The totally eccentric manager, Will, is a bony kid with a long black fringe, jeans and basketball shoes. He has no family, but two inseparable friends: Tupper and the enchanting Susan. Then there’s also Uncle Alvin, now passed on to a better life but always ready to join in if called on by his nephew.


Good Work, Will Moogley!

A chain of hotels wants to transform an old manor into a hotel for rich individuals looking for chills… What better opportunity to revive the fate of Will Moogley’s ramshackle ghost agency?

A Fearfully Frightening Family!

Will is grappling with an unusual case: retired ghost Jerrold’s house is inhabited by a noisy and unbearable family. Can Will manage to cleanse the ghost house… of the living?

The Skyscraper Ghost

A contractless ghost haunts the Empire State Building, terrorising the visitors. Who can convince him to move on but Will Moogley?

Even Ghosts Quiver

The inexplicable disappearance of a ghost, the discovery of a strange bluish liquid… A ghost catcher must have arrived in the city, and for the Moogley Agency it triggers an emergency!


GENRE Humour
FIRST PUBLISHER Piemme (Italy), 2020


Pierdomenico grew up in an old house with a library containing more than 20,000 volumes. A writer and journalist, his books have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into over 30 languages. Today he is considered one of the greatest Italian children’s authors.




Alessandro grew up in the hilly region of Monferrato before moving to Turin. There, he gained a degree and Ph.D. in philosophy, just in time to discover that the world didn’t need another philosopher. At this point, his friend Pierdomenico suggested he start writing children’s stories. Since then, Alessandro has written more than thirty books, published in numerous countries.