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From the introduction:
Those who drown in Lake Atitlán often blame the living for their death. They come back to town to tease them into damnation. Fortunately, the good spirits of the lake force them to carry and play drums when they come. That way the living can hear the ghost drums and escape to safe places the ghosts can't enter. But one day, a visitor from the States found a way to steal the drums from the drowned and added them to his collection. Since then, there is no warning anymore from the ghosts and they have become dangerous. People disappear or go suddenly mad. Maybe one day the ghost drums will return and Santiago Atitlan will be safe again from the Drowned.
Ghost Drums was written by Gerrit Reininghaus and appears in English in Codex: Dark 2. A Spanish-language translation, Tambores Fantasma also is provided as a separate 9-page PDF download.