America's Most Haunted: True Scary Places

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 1997 - Ghosts - 95 pages
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This is a collection of ten stories that describe creepy and real American places.

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User Review  - Dayna Smith - Goodreads

Another of Zullo's interesting books that will introduce young readers to nonfiction. This small volume describes ten of America's most haunted places from Area 51 to the Hannah House in Indiana. This ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
7
MARFA LIGHTS VIEWING AREA
20
THE MYRTLES PLANTATION
39
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

In 1969, Allan Zullo graduated with a journalism degree from Northern Illinois University where he worked on the school's daily paper, The Northern Star, first as a sportswriter, then news editor, managing editor and finally editor-in-chief. Allan created and wrote "The Ghost Story Club" daily comic strip, which was syndicated nationally by Tribune Media Services from 1995 to 1998. For more than 16 years, Allan has produced dozens of annual boxed daily-page calendars for Andrews McMeel Publishing. Today Allan is the author and co-author of more than 80 current and forthcoming nonfiction trade paperbacks. Allan lives with his wife Kathryn (his childhood sweetheart and most honest critic) on the side of a mountain in Fairview, North Carolina, minutes from downtown Asheville, which some call Paris of the South or Little San Francisco of the East.

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