Haunted Maryland: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Old Line State (Google eBook)

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Stackpole Books, 2007 - History - 137 pages
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Tales of unexplained phenomena in Maryland, including the bleeding stone of White House Farm, the vengeful ghost of Bigg Lizz, the Chesapeake sea monster fondly known as Chessie, America's most haunted lighthouse, the mysterious "Toaster" who visits Edgar Allan Poe's grave, and dozens more.
  

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Cool book. One can gather that mysteries, legends and lore are a part of our culture as human beings. One can also gather that there may be some stuff out there that science has yet to discover/tap into. Much history is incorporated well, as it should be. The reader is well treated with this book. As a native Marylander, I recommend this book to any fellow Marylanders who are looking for a neater way to learn some of our great state's history. 

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This was a very interesting book. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Ed Okonowicz is a freelance writer and instructor at the University of Delaware. He is the author of many books on Delmarva culture, crime, and the unexplained. He lives in Elkton, Maryland.

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