A Ghost a Day: 365 True Tales of the Spectral, Supernatural, and...Just Plain Scary!

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F+W Media, Aug 18, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 384 pages
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Can’t get enough spooks, spirits, and specters? Now you’ll never have to go a day without their ghoulish fix. This ghastly collection features some of the scariest stories of murder, revenge, and suicide ever told--and the spirits that haunt their resting place for all time. As a truly unique convention, each story directly relates to the specific day on which it’s found. You’ll find shocking stories of: Sightings of the spectral SS Valencia that was lost at sea on January 22nd, 1906; The "Thirteen Lost Souls" trapped in the burning Jolema Building in Brazil on February 1st, 1974 seen roaming the new corridors and offices; The ghostly "mist of the Green Lady" in the oldest graveyard in Burlington, Connecticut, which she started haunting on April 12, 1800. Not for the faint of heart, this book delivers tales to terrify you every day of the year!

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This book covers a range of ghost stories from the distant past to a few modern day occurrences such as Michael Jackson, Patrick Swayze, and David Carridne. The stories in this book are only a page or ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Maureen Wood has worked as a psychic/trance-medium and studied metaphysics for more than twenty-five years. Wood is currently the lead psychic/medium for The New England Ghost Project and cohost and coauthor of Ghost Chronicles.

Ron Kolek is the Emmy-winning founder and lead investigator of The New England Ghost Project. He uses his educational background in science to seek the truth about the paranormal. He is the producer and host of the popular radio show Ghost Chronicles and the coauthor of the book Ghost Chronicles.

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