Historic Haunted America

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Macmillan, Sep 18, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 448 pages
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Historic Haunted America is an engrossing investigation into North American ghost legends, a comprehensive documenting yesterday and today's most shocking hauntings in the United States and Canada.
 From the ghost-ridden forts in Old Tucson to the "Inn of the 17 Ghosts" near Philadelphia, from the haunted plantations of Louisiana and Georgia to a haunted community playhouse in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Michael Norman and Beth Scott tell stories of the past and present so terrifyingly real that even the most skeptical reader will believe.
 

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HISTORIC HAUNTED AMERICA

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Norman and Scott (Haunted America, 1994, etc.) scare up yet another spiritless collection of eerie goings-on across the USA and Canada. In his foreword to this volume, which is organized ... Read full review

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User Review  - KCShaw - LibraryThing

For the most part, the entries in this book are entertaining but not terribly well written. They don't seem particularly well researched either, going over a lot of ground that other books cover ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
11
Arkansas
27
Colorado
56
Delaware
73
Georgia
87
Idaho
106
Indiana
114
Kansas
121
Montana
202
Nevada
213
New Hampshire
220
New York
243
North Carolina
257
Ohio
275
Pennsylvania
292
South Dakota
314

Kentucky
130
Louisiana
136
Maine
143
Maryland
150
Massachusetts
157
Michigan
169
Mississippi
180
Missouri
191
Texas
333
Virginia
347
Wyoming
373
British Columbia
379
Ontario
396
Atlantic Provinces
405
Bibliography
419
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About the author (2007)

Michael Norman is a writer and retired journalism professor who lives in an absolutely unhaunted house near the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St.Paul. Beth Scott, who passed away in early 1994, was a freelance writer for more than thirty-five years.

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