Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent

Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent

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by Christina A. Barber
     
 

Stories cover Coweta and Neunan Counties

Over 20 scary ghost stories

Authentic, modern stories as well as tall tales!  See more details below

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Stories cover Coweta and Neunan Counties

Over 20 scary ghost stories

Authentic, modern stories as well as tall tales!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764329456
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
06/27/2008
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,261,807
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

Christina A. Barber is a dark fiction and paranormal thriller author who appreciates and loves ghosts. She resides in Georgia.

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Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is no one better to search out ghosts with than Christina Barber. And ¿Spirits of Georgia¿s Southern Crescent¿ is a masterpiece.

Once again, Ms. Barber has scared the devil in me. Never will I ignore a quick chill or a creaking door, nor will I look over my shoulder when home alone. Okay, I¿m home alone and want to look over my shoulder. For the record, nothing was there¿I think.

This is a non-fiction book about a subject some would call fiction. Having had my own experience, years ago, I happen to believe in ghosts and visiting spirits. Ms. Barber presents these narratives so that her reader can make up their own mind. Some do sound a bit more `out there¿ than others; however, each have some very quirky, unexplainable goings-on.

¿Spirits of Georgia¿s Southern Crescent¿ is not just a collection of local ghost stories. Ms. Barber accompanies the narratives with the proven history and people who live and once lived at these locations. She tells of her own experiences visiting these locales and provides information on how Paranormal Researchers work.

Again, everything to be believed or not believed is left to her reader(s).

¿Spirits of Georgia¿s Southern Crescent¿ works on many levels. There are some great ghost stories. This condensed book is full of history, super for any history buff. The included pictures are as informative as they are inviting, I want to see these areas for myself.

As with previous readings of Ms. Barber¿s work, I felt as if she was personally telling me the stories and not me just reading them. Her voice is clear.

What areas do we visit next, Ms. Barber? I¿ll be waiting.