Footprints in the Snow: True Stories of Haunted Russia

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Zumaya Publications LLC, 2007 - Fiction - 249 pages
They are the damned, the forgotten-those who cry out to let us know they lived. They are all ages and all sexes. They remain earthbound for many reasons-duty, devotion, a sense of responsibility, but most of all for the simplest and most compelling reason of all: love. Come explore the vast land that is Russia, from the metropolitan streets of Moscow to the windswept steppes and farflung plains of Siberia. Discover the strange tales of those whose lives have continued long after their bodies perished, and whose restless spirits yet leave footprints in the Russian snows.
 

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Contents

PART TWO LEGION OF THE DAMNED
31
PART THREE THE GUNS OF AUGUST
79
PART FOUR HAUNTED PLACES
95
PART FIVE THE FACE OF EVIL
133
PART SIX THE EVIL THAT MEN DO
147
PART SEVEN THE FORLORN HOPE
157
PART EIGHT A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM
189
PART NINE LOVE ENDURETH FOREVER
229
AFTERWORD
250
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
253
ABOUT THE ARTIST
255
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About the author (2007)

James L. Choron is a journalist and writer living in Mamontovka, a suburb of Moscow. He has resided in the Russian Federation for more than sixteen years, and is a former senior executive with the Eastman Kodak Company. He is currently owner and Chief Executive Officer of Old Guard Productions, a company dealing in motion picture and television logistics and properties, and American Business Training, a company which deals with sales and customer service training for Russian companies seeking to introduce Western business practices and standards. Born in Dallas, Texas, and raised in the small East Texas town of Center, he holds a bachelor¿s degree in history from Stephen F. Austin State University and a masters and PhD from Moscow State University in the same subject as well as a graduate degree in optical engineering. A working journalist for slightly more than thirty-five years, he has columns in numerous publications in both Russia and the United States. He has numerous hobbies, primarily related to paranormal and historical research, both of which he has been involved for more than twenty years. He has published a number of independent articles on paranormal encounters and activities and on historical topics, and is a staffmember on several online publications and forums dealing with history and the paranormal.

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