Old Ghosts of New England: A Traveler's Guide to the Spookiest Sites in the Northeast

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Countryman Press, 2009 - Travel - 237 pages
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Old Ghosts of New England represents a unique marriage of the travel guide and the book of ghost stories – a traveler’s guide to the many purportedly haunted inns, restaurants, lighthouses, pubs, museums, parks, graveyards, and schools in the New England states – as well as a few of the region’s most infamous haunted houses.

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Finally, a travel guide that's FUN to read!

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This book is an excellent resource for anyone who likes to scare themselves a little - a book that acts as a traveler's guide to haunted places in New England! The writing is crisp, the stories told ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

C.J. Fusco is a native of Connecticut and spent much of his youth investigating many of New England's purported haunted locales. He earned his B.A. in English from Boston's Northeastern University and a Master's Degree in English from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Fusco is also the author of Our Orwell, Right or Left to be released later this year.

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