We’ve seen apps where playful little characters come to life for kids to interact with with, but Horrible Hauntings, a new app from Goosebottom Books uses augmented reality to make ghosts jump off the pages of a book.

The app, which is a companion to the upcoming book Horrible Hauntings by Goosebottom’s founder Shirin Bridges, turns books into 3-D experiences. By pointing a device at the book, app users can see  the Headless Horseman jump off of the page of a spooky forest, and the ghost of Abraham Lincoln float above an illustration of the Oval Office. Follow this link to see a video demo. Read more