The Haunting Of America

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Join author Troy Taylor in search of America's most haunted places, and the strangest historical ghost stories ever told, in his new series about historical hauntings! Travel to New England in search of Dudleytown, roam the haunted battlefields at Gettysburg, hunt for ghosts in historic Mammoth Cave, wander through the Winchester Mansion and get lost at Bachelors Grove Cemetery... and that's only the beginning!

Travel all across the country in pursuit of spirits and let Troy ...

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Overview

Join author Troy Taylor in search of America's most haunted places, and the strangest historical ghost stories ever told, in his new series about historical hauntings! Travel to New England in search of Dudleytown, roam the haunted battlefields at Gettysburg, hunt for ghosts in historic Mammoth Cave, wander through the Winchester Mansion and get lost at Bachelors Grove Cemetery... and that's only the beginning!

Travel all across the country in pursuit of spirits and let Troy Taylor mtroduce you to the places he considers to be "America's Most Haunted"! Little-known stories and famous haunted spots include the Stratford Knockings, Haunted Ellicott City, the infamous Bell Witch, the Myrtles Plantation, the LaLaurie Mansion, Crescent Hotel, the Whaley House and many more! A Ghost Hunter's Travel Guide!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892523174
  • Publisher: Whitechapel Productions Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Pages: 266
  • Sales rank: 1,235,119
  • Product dimensions: 0.56 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 7.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Troy Taylor
Troy Taylor is the author of more than seventy books on history, crime, mysteries and the supernatural in America. He was born and raised in Illinois and currently resides in an undisclosed location in Chicago.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 7
The American Ghost Story
I. New England Haunts 12
America's First Ghost Story
Dudleytown: The Enigma of the Connecticut Mountains
The Stratford Knockings: Mystery of the Phelps Mansion
The Lady in Black: Ghost of Boston's Fort Warren
Ocean Born Mary: Classic Tale of Haunted New England
The Ghost of Edith Wharton: Haunting of the Mount
Village of Voices: The Mystery of Bara-Hack
II. Mid-Atlantic Mysteries 46
The Jersey Devil
Haunted Gettysburg: America's Most Haunted Battlefield
Haunted Ellicott City: Ghosts of the East Coast's Most Haunted Town
The Haunted Highlander: Ghost of Fort Ticonderoga
Solitary Confinement: Ghosts of the Eastern State Penitentiary
III. Southern Spirits 93
The Haunted History of the LaLaurie Mansion
World's Largest Haunted Place: Ghosts & Hauntings of Mammoth Cave
Grand Old Lady of the Ozarks: Hauntings at the Crescent Hotel
Most Haunted Plantation in the South: Ghosts of the Myrtles
The Thing that Went Bump in the Night: The Infamous Bell Witch of Tennessee
IV. Ghosts of the West 163
The Ghosts & Spirits of the Queen Mary
The Winchester Mystery House: Haunted History of America's Most Mysterious House
A Gateway to Hell?: The Strange History of Stull Cemetery
Haunted Alcatraz: Doing Time for Eternity on the Rock
Yankee Jim & Others: Hauntings of the Whaley House
V. Heartland Hauntings 212
Haunted History of Franklin Castle
Suicide & Spirits: Haunted History of the Lemp Mansion
Bachelor's Grove Cemetery: The Most Haunted Place in Chicagoland
Hauntings of Hickory Hill: Legends of the Old Slave House
Summerwind: History of Wisconsin's Most Haunted House
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2004

    Scarry...Very Scarry!!!

    Excellent reading! Holds you captivated! Keep the lights on...ALL NIGHT!!

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