Dark Woods, Chill Waters: Ghost Tales from Down East Maine

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Down East Books, Sep 4, 2007 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Forgotten somewhere between Bar Harbor, Maine, and New Brunswick, Canada, lies the most remote and mysterious section of the Eastern Seaboard. It is a region rich in stark beauty—and supernatural lore. The harsh landscape, with its rocky seaside cliffs and thundering surf and miles of dark, mysterious forest farther inland, lends itself to the ghost story. Overlaying the ghost tales gathered in this book is a sense of unspeakable horror and malice.

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Review: Dark Woods, Chill Waters: Ghost Tales from Down East Maine

User Review  - JE Barrett - Goodreads

A decent collection of ghost stories from Downeast Maine. Read full review

Review: Dark Woods, Chill Waters: Ghost Tales from Down East Maine

User Review  - Goodreads

A decent collection of ghost stories from Downeast Maine. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Marcus LiBrizzi teaches English and cultural studies at the University of Maine at Machias. As a collector of folk tales from around the world, he claims he has found none more frightening than those set along the craggy coast of Maine.

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