Ghost Hunter's Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area (Google eBook)

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Pelican Publishing, Mar 31, 2005 - History - 176 pages
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Ghost-hunting hobbyist Jeff Dwyer has devised a guide that allows the phantom-seeker in all of us to add spirit sleuthing to our list of typical tourist activities. Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Bay Area highlights more than one hundred haunted spots in and around San Francisco, all accessible to the public, where you can research and organize your own ghost hunt. Complete with handy checklists, procedural tips, and anecdotal evidence of previous sightings at each location, the guide is an inquisitive and informative supplement to--or replacement for--traditional tourist guidebooks of the Bay Area. Whether readers visit familiar haunts such as Alcatraz, Angel Island, Fisherman's Wharf, or lesser-known locations such as the USS Hornet, the Old Bodega Schoolhouse, or the First and Last Chance Saloon, all are sure to encounter places and consider possibilities unexplored by the average visitor. With advice on what to do with a ghost, what to do after the ghost hunt, and other telekinetic tidbits, this guide encourages travelers to be attentive and imaginative travelers, willing to be take that extra spirit-sighting step. For the curious armchair traveler, it is lively twist on Bay Area history and landmarks.
  

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Contents

How to Hunt for Ghosts
23
North Bay Area
37
San Francisco Peninsula
63
South Bay Area
83
East Bay Area
101
Locations Outside the Bay Area
123
Sighting Report Form
147
Suggested Reading
149
Films and Videos
155
SPECIAL TOURS AND ACTIVITIES
159
Organizations
161
Internet Sources
165
Historical Societies and Museums
167
Index
171
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About the author (2005)

A paranormal investigator and expert ghost hunter, Jeff Dwyer researches ghostly phenomena using highly developed psychic methods that include clairvoyance, remote viewing, and psychometry. He lives in Fairfield, California.

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