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Ghostly Beacons: Haunted Lighthouses of North America
     

Ghostly Beacons: Haunted Lighthouses of North America

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by Therese Lanigan-Schmidt
 
A hundred years after their deaths, meet keepers who still keep the lights burning. Meet their spurned lovers, who moan and wail; wronged wives, who play pianos; bereaved mothers, who still search for their children; and devoted housewives, who still lend a hand with the cleaning choresall long-since passed away, at least from this realm. Travel round the borders of

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A hundred years after their deaths, meet keepers who still keep the lights burning. Meet their spurned lovers, who moan and wail; wronged wives, who play pianos; bereaved mothers, who still search for their children; and devoted housewives, who still lend a hand with the cleaning choresall long-since passed away, at least from this realm. Travel round the borders of this great country, visiting the remote lighthouses of the two great oceans, and along the shores of the Great Lakes. Learn the grisly tales of disastrous deaths and unsolved murders, lost loves, and hurrendous storms. A wonderful read for all who love lighthouses or goosebump adventures.

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ISBN-13:
9780764311147
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
05/01/2000
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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Ghostly Beacons: Haunted Lighthouses of North America 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the deep dark sorrows of past in a pearl of sea. This book 6 stars it, those 3 stars have nothing on iq beauty, past, and a midst of legend lore folk let alone things of the future like electronic voice phenomenon. 5 stars, you go girl. Just wish i could ask a question or 2 in reguards to things im working on, oh well, you cant meet everyone. well done, im loving this book so much cause i love lighthouses and novels and its one of my favorite books written very intelligently yet flowing and mysterious. Theres a hint of familiar human touch to it too, its not just another documentary on facts, its passion in a person that saw the lighthouses we get to enjoy through her eyes. History and beauty that may otherwise have been lost. Stories of ghosts some never heard of and very real accounts of the most beautiful lighthouses on the entire planet left. Ride the sea myst let the foam roam, flesh becomes water, lighthouses become bone long after were here.