Civil War Ghost Stories & Legends

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University of South Carolina Press, Oct 1, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 183 pages
3 Reviews
Presents eighteen tales of the supernatural involving major battlefields and other sites in the Civil War, including Gettysburg, Antietam, Andersonville, and Harpers Ferry.

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User Review  - Colleen Mertens - Goodreads

This was a neat collection of short ghost stories based on Civil war events and places. Some of the stories were more interesting than others. The book was written well and had some historical background. A good, quick, somewhat seasonal read. Read full review

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User Review  - Becca - Goodreads

I tried very hard to like this book, I just couldn't. It failed to hold my interest and I found it to be confusing and unclear at times, even though it seemed to be written for a younger age group ... Read full review


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Andersonvilles Ghost Raiders
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Roberts, a journalist for many years, has worked for newspapers in New Jersey, Florida, and North Carolina. She lives with her son, David, and her husband, Jim Brown.

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