Phantom Army of the Civil War: And Other Southern Ghost Stories

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Frank Spaeth
Book Sales, Incorporated, May 15, 2008 - History - 238 pages
7 Reviews
This is a haunting collection of personal encounters with the spirit world as they appeared in FATE magazine. These are tales handed down over the years that have their basis in the horrors of the Civil War.

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Review: Phantom Army of the Civil War and Other Southern Ghost Stories

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

This was ok. Some of the stories were interesting, some not so much. I have to admit I can get caught up in a good ghost story. Some stuff is just hard to explain. THis book tells a series of stories ... Read full review

Review: Phantom Army of the Civil War and Other Southern Ghost Stories

User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

Many ghostly tales of the Civil War and other Southern ghost stories that people had sent to Fate Magazine. I enjoyed them all. A good book to read while at the beach or for any summer read. Read full review

Contents

If Ghosts Could Kill
7
The Haunted Capitol
28
Poltergeist or Prankster?
43
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Frank Spaeth is an associate editor of FATE magazine.

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