Savannah Spectres

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Donning, 1984 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 295 pages
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Savannah and the Georgia coast, with its old plantations, huge ancient oaks hung with Spanish moss, and tales of pirates, wars, fevers, African voodoo, and other supernatural doings, has always been a legendary and tragically romantic place. In this book, antebellum estates, house museums, long-conquered forts, and restored townhouses are visited with a noted psychic investigator in order to learn what it is like to live and work in these places today. The result is some seventy stories, skillfully interwoven with the heritage of the area's colorful past, and illustrated with over thirty photos and sketches by local artists. Incidents of precognition, extrasensory perception, deja vu and possible reincarnation are included in this personal and highly readable account of a search for the deeper meaning of life and death through psychic experience.

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User Review  - ChrisWeir - LibraryThing

Was a fun read. Liked the early part of the book the best as it was more detailed ghost stories. On an interesting note she actually spoke to Jim Williams of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil ... Read full review

Review: Savannah Spectres and Other Strange Tales

User Review  - Russell Sanders - Goodreads

Margaret Wayt DeBolt's Savannah Spectres and Other Strange Tales is typical of a certain kind of book sold at tourist destinations. A local writes a book specific to the area, it is published by a ... Read full review

Contents

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1
THE MAN WITH A KNIFE
8
SHADOWS IN A NEW HOUSE
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