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The Ghosthunter's Guide

The Ghosthunter's Guide

by Arthur Myers

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Is America haunted? This travel guide to haunts in several U.S. towns should be enough to convince even the hard-nosed skeptics. Believing in the supernatural adds to the enjoyment, but it is not a prerequisite. Pick an area of the country--be it New England, the Central/Southern states, or the West--and go exploring. Former inhabitants (a.k.a. ghosts) from a variety of eras are popping up in inns, libraries, gardens, theaters, churches, docks, schools, and the like. Each documented sighting includes the witnesses, personalities, and names of ghosts and the best times to visit. Some of the ghosts are friendly, some are not, and some want to go home with you. Some still don't believe that they have really died. A truly fascinating, memorable romp and unique vacation experience, this book is fun for believers, fantasy for skeptics.-- Ann E. Cohen, Rochester P . L., N.Y.

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