Weird Hauntings: True Tales of Ghostly Places

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Joanne Austin
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Travel - 318 pages
28 Reviews
From Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman, the authors of the bestselling Weird U.S. series, comes something a little different, designed to send shivers down the spine: a book on America’s scariest haunted places. Some of these spirit-filled spots are well known and open to the public, while others are private residences that will have to remain intriguing from a distance: No visits allowed! The stories include firsthand tales that have a powerful “creepiness factor” and believability. The various sites include haunted houses, ghostly graveyards, cursed roads, eerie eateries, spirited saloons, and more. But be warned: This collection of true tales set in actual locations is so chilling that you may not want to read this alone at night!
  

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Review: Weird Hauntings: True Tales of Ghostly Places (Weird Travel Guides)

User Review  - Lynnette Franciscus - Goodreads

Filled with interesting tales, some creepy, some simply mysterious, a few a tad disappointing for their lack of details. Read full review

Review: Weird Hauntings: True Tales of Ghostly Places

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Reading this is like watching Ghost Adventures or Ghost Hunters. Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Joanne Austin HISTORIC HAUNTS
85
HAUNTED HOUSES The White Ladys Castle
100
One Childs Story Strange Nights at Fort Mifflin
106
The Dark Watcher MusicLoving Mary
115
Have Sword Will Travel
163
EERIE EATERIES
217
The Lemp Mansion 220 Dedication Ryan Doan
236
Spirits in Uniform
243
Dead Presidents Pub Restaurant
249
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Mark Moran is an antiques dealer and author, and contributing editor for Antique Trader Weekly. Heas written many antiques and collectibles references including Warmanas McCoy Pottery, Warmanas Cookie Jars and Warmanas Fiesta.

Travis Smith was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He moved to Maine in 2008 to attend the University of New England for a degree in medical biology and neuroscience. Currently a medical student at UNECOM, Travis enjoys writing ironic, subversive poetry and thriller fiction. The Garbage Men is his first publication, on which he began working at the age of thirteen years, and he is currently working on a four-part adventure saga.

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