edited the summary of Ghosts I Have Been Sunday, August 28, 2011.
Outcast Blossom Culp attempts to impress and embarrass popular girl Letty Shambaugh by pretending to have psychic powers. But in the middle of her fake physic fit she has a real one, sensing that eccentric spinster Miss Dabney has just run over and mildly injured Letty's brother. Impressed by the incident, Miss Dabney invites Blossom and her love interest and fellow psychic Alexander Armsworth to tea. They quickly learn Miss Dabney has an ulterior motive- the house is haunted by a servant girl who hung herself for love of Miss Dabney's late father. Blossom and Alexander calm down the distraught ghost and she becomes a friendly spirit that bakes and helps out around the house. Next, Miss Dabney asks for Blossom and Alexander's help in exposing a fake spiritualist. Blossom persuades the teenage girl who plays the role of "ghost" to flee the country and then takes her place at the next seance, returning all the goods the spiritualist has stolen and revealing him as a fraud. By now high school principal Miss Spaulding is fed up with Blossom's repeated involvement with the supernatural. She invites Blossom and a newspaper reporter into her office and tells Blossom that if she really has psychic powers she must prove them now. This provokes Blossom's most dramatic psychic fit yet. She travels back in time to the sinking of the Titanic and watches as a young boy is left to drown, strapped to his bunk, while his wealthy and noble British parents flee to save their own lives. Blossom returns to the present covered in water and wrapped in a blanket from the Titanic. Blossom receives massive attention from the media and a letter from the Queen of England thanking her for exposing the boy's parents. Miss Dabney accompanies Blossom and Alexander to England where they have an audience with the Queen. Blossom and Alexander return home but Miss Dabney decides to marry a man she has met on the journey and move to England for good.