City Ghosts: True Tales of Hauntings in America's Cities

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Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated, May 11, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 247 pages
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From Chicago to San Francisco, Boston to Seattle, every city in America has more than its fair share of ghostly inhabitants. The authors introduce these phantasmic urban figures, with a chilling collection about historic and modern day ghosts who continue to haunt the buildings, streets, parks, and harbors throughout the cities of America. It’s a travel guide of sorts, with a description of the place, history, and spectral appearances, along with information on ghost tours, people who have glimpsed these ghosts, and more. The very colorful reporting explains how these visitors from beyond have shaped America’s cities and how, even today, they continue to have a profound influence on both the tourist trade and lore.

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About the author (2006)

Mary Beth Sammons is an award-winning journalist and author whose work appears in "Family Circle", the "Chicago Tribune" s lifestyle section, and on various health and wellness websites. She is grateful to be welcomed into the lives of those she writes about who are experiencing the ups and downs of handling life, parenting, and caregiving. She s the author of a number of books, including "We Carry Each Other: Getting Through Life s Toughest Times"; "My Family: Collected Memories"; and" Gifts with Heart". She lives in Chicago.

Robert Edwards has written many books about motor racing, including Archers and The Listers, both voted book of the year and the decade by the motoring press.

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