Ghostly Connections: Pennsylvania's Lower Susquehanna Valley

Overview

Pennsylvania's Lower Susquehanna Valley, including Dauphin, Lancaster, Cumberland, Adams, and York Counties, is no stranger to the existence of ghosts, angels, and elementals. Visit the many haunted hotspots, including Golden Lane Antiques and Art Gallery, where strange things appear in the mirrors. Hear secrets kept in Hanover, where family cats are mistreated by ghosts. Spend time with elementals at Chickie's Rock or Fort Hunter Park. Have your picture taken with a ghost at Allenberry Playhouse in Boiling ...
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Overview

Pennsylvania's Lower Susquehanna Valley, including Dauphin, Lancaster, Cumberland, Adams, and York Counties, is no stranger to the existence of ghosts, angels, and elementals. Visit the many haunted hotspots, including Golden Lane Antiques and Art Gallery, where strange things appear in the mirrors. Hear secrets kept in Hanover, where family cats are mistreated by ghosts. Spend time with elementals at Chickie's Rock or Fort Hunter Park. Have your picture taken with a ghost at Allenberry Playhouse in Boiling Springs, or be pushed by ghosts at the Accomac Inn. These stories and more show that the energy of mankind, nature, and spirituality connect the physical and spiritual world in Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Valley.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764337178
  • Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 6/28/2011
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 1,363,011
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Steve McNaughton lives in New Oxford and owns Chestnut Hall Bed and Breakfast. When he noticed strange happenings and realized he and his family were not living alone, Steve established the paranormal group PEER.
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Table of Contents

Foreword 7

What Are Ghosts, Angels, and Elementals 9

Chapter 1 Once An Inn, Always An Inn 17

Chapter 2 A Ghost Hunter's Weekend Pursuit 25

Chapter 3 Here and Now on Mummasburg Road 37

Chapter 4 Golden Lane Antiques and Art Gallery 53

Chapter 5 Secrets in Hanover 65

Chapter 6 Misbehaving Spirits at Bube's Brewery 91

Chapter 7 A Scarred Land 107

Chapter 8 Impressions at Allenberry Playhouse 115

Chapter 9 What do you get when? 129

Chapter 10 Through A Child's Eyes 139

Chapter 11 Railroads, Inns, and Ghosts in Marietta 149

Chapter 12 Accomac Inn 169

In Closure 185

Glossary 188

Resources 190

Index 191

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