Haunted Places: The National Directory : a Guidebook to Ghostly Abodes, Sacred Sites, UFO Landings, and Other Supernatural Locations

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Penguin Books, 1996 - Ghosts - 485 pages
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In almost any town in America, or within a short drive, there are places where strange things happen...Hundreds of houses, hotels, cemetaries, schools, and museums are believed to have resident ghosts and poltergeists. Many campgrounds and parks are on land considered sacred or inhabited by spirits. Some areas are thought to generate vortexes of psychic energy, while others are known for frequent sightings of Bigfoot creatures or UFOs.

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User Review  - Kayla Holthe - Goodreads

Fun read! It goes state to state w short accounts of the activity and history. I liked that about it. Very creepy read, makes me want to visit some locations I haven't already been to. Read full review



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Robert Allen Bartlett is one of the few practicing modern-day alchemist's of our time. Continuing the time-honored traditions of Paracelsus and his pursuit of superior medicines gleaned from Nature herself, Robert is devoted to the pursuit of alchemical knowledge and making it's benefits available to the world. He lectures and teaches this "celestial agriculture," making it easy to understand and enabling the average person to create their own unique remedies at home through the workings of the herbal kingdom. He is an instructor of spagyrics at Flamel College Online at www.alchemylab.com.

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