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Posted July 10, 2010
I felt like reading this book because I live at the Cape in an area that the Wampanoag Indian Tribe dwelt and I thought it would be really enlightening. I thought for sure this area would be alive with spirits. Actually my area was covered very briefly in the book and most of the tales reviewed were anecdotal about very benign incidents and feelings that people had when they thought they encountered something out of the ordinary. Most people were not frightened and they looked upon the possible visitors as friendly. They found it hard to describe their experiences in real terms and rather discussed the feelings they had about the possible spirits they encountered.
If you want to read a book which is stress free and easy to read as it is written in an almost conversational style, this is for you. It will take you one day, maximum.
This is my favorite type of ghost tales where the authors go around and meet people who have had encounters in their own homes and they sit and share their experiences. It's not too spooky or over the top experiences. Each chapter is about a different house in the Cape Cod, Massachusetts area. Some are bed and breakfasts that you could actually visit or stay at. It's nice to be able to read one or two and chapters and hit the sack!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.