Coast to Coast Ghosts: True Stories of Hauntings Across America

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Aug 7, 2001 - Humor - 272 pages
Ghosts have been the entertaining subject of many works of fiction, but they're even more intriguing (and perhaps even scarier) when they are the focus of real-life hauntings in our own backyard. An employee of the St. James Hotel in New Mexico watches in shock as a fair-haired toddler with a terribly disfigured face disappears into the floor. This is just one of the paranormal mysteries Leslie Rule shares with us--a result of extensive interviews and research uncovering the reasons behind ghost sightings across the country.

Coast to Coast Ghosts features dozens of spine-tingling, real-life ghost stories and approximately fifty black-and-white photographs taken by Rule, including some believed to have captured actual apparitions.

Only the reader can decide. . . .


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User Review  - debbieaheaton - LibraryThing

In Rule’s book, the author offers black-and-white photographs and real-life spine-tinglers that take the reader on a nationwide journey to places where the dead are still in residence. If you can’t resist a good ghost story…you’ll love this book! Read full review

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User Review  - arielfl - LibraryThing

Written by Leslie Rule, true crime Queen Ann Rule's daughter, Coast to Coast reads like your friend is into ghost stories and she wants to share a few with you. Leslie has that same warm, folksy style ... Read full review

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Leslie Rule is a professional photographer and the author of seven books with paranormal themes. She has also written dozens of articles for national magazines, including Reader's Digest. The daughter of best-selling true-crime author Ann Rule, Leslie grew up in a haunted house where her lifelong fascination with the paranormal began. She lives in the Seattle, Washington, area.


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