Ghost Stories of Oregon

Ghost Stories of Oregon

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by Susan Smitten
     
 


Explore the fascinating and often inexplicable tales of strange ghostly events in this Pacific Ocean state. At the Oregon Vortex in Gold Hill, gravity and light are distorted in one of the world's most bizarre paranormal anomalies. A phantom stagecoach is seen rolling up to the site of the Galesville Hotel in Douglas County, a structure that burned to the ground…  See more details below

Overview


Explore the fascinating and often inexplicable tales of strange ghostly events in this Pacific Ocean state. At the Oregon Vortex in Gold Hill, gravity and light are distorted in one of the world's most bizarre paranormal anomalies. A phantom stagecoach is seen rolling up to the site of the Galesville Hotel in Douglas County, a structure that burned to the ground in 1931. A lighthouse keeper at the breathtaking Tillamook Lighthouse is reported to have watched in dismay as a phantom schooner foundered on the rocks--then vanished. From coastal Cannon Beach and Newport to Salem, Bend, La Grande, and many places in between, these stories of hair-raising folklore are sure to delight.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781894877138
Publisher:
Lone Pine Publishing
Publication date:
08/12/2002
Series:
Ghost Stories Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
216
Sales rank:
510,674
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.56(d)
Age Range:
9 Years

Meet the Author


Susan Smitten is an accomplished television producer, editor and news anchor. She was story editor for the second stellar season of the acclaimed series Cinema Secrets on the American Movie Classics network. Smitten has produced and story-edited for Discovery Channel and Life Network and has worked as a senior producer with Great North and Television Renaissance. She produced, wrote and directed segments of a television series called Medical Profiles for Discovery Health, including a one-hour special on actress Carrie Fisher and her struggle with bipolar disorder. When not writing for television and film, she enjoys combining her journalistic training with her personal interest in folklore to craft ghost story collections.

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