Rites Publishing presents another haunted gem with 30 Haunts for Objects. Taking the focus away from actual locations and placing them on items makes these Haunts easier than ever to place. The Haunts include challenges that range between low level encounters to high level things.
There are some spookily creative Haunts, Possessive Pain and Paranoid Potrait, that utilize common items in a house to expand a trap or adventure hook. These would be some of the best of the 30. My biggest problem with the book is not the stellar writing, but the concept of the Haunts themselves
Locations can be tied together to create a larger scheme. But with just objects, each haunt is a separate adventure hooks. In general, it feels that Haunts are incomplete and need something, knowledge rolls for how to solve them, to make them the useful tool that they are suppose to be. An expanded haunt, which included hints and clues as to how to solve the haunt would make the function of the haunt more suitable for any campaign.
[4 of 5 Stars!]