Twilight Dwellers

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Ghost-story writer MaryJoy Martin brings to life the twilight dwellers of Colorado in this new release. During the past several years, the author has collected thrilling and vivid accounts from her "midnight maneuvers" among the dead and not so dead to include in this third edition. A book of inexplicable phenomena, Twilight Dwellers will haunt and delight you. Colorado's towns are brimming with special storytellers just waiting to tell their tales and MaryJoy Martin listens and writes down what she ...

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Overview

Ghost-story writer MaryJoy Martin brings to life the twilight dwellers of Colorado in this new release. During the past several years, the author has collected thrilling and vivid accounts from her "midnight maneuvers" among the dead and not so dead to include in this third edition. A book of inexplicable phenomena, Twilight Dwellers will haunt and delight you. Colorado's towns are brimming with special storytellers just waiting to tell their tales and MaryJoy Martin listens and writes down what she sees, hears and experiences.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780871089540
  • Publisher: Pruett Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Series: Pruett Series
  • Edition description: 3rd Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 195
  • Sales rank: 1,391,520
  • Product dimensions: 0.45 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

Meet the Author

MaryJoy Martin is an author, artist, composer, and student of Victorian Colorado. She lives in Montrose, Colorado. Known to some as the Ghost Lady of Central City, she writes for the alternative newspaper, San Juan Horseshoe and she is author of Something in the Wind.

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From haunted cemeteries to demon-infested mountains, from will-o'-wisps to impalpable presences,Colorado has had and still has enough ghosts, gases, and goblins to groan, shriek, and belch in the pages of several volumes. Where there have been men, women, children, dogs, and mules, there are discmbodied spirits of men, women, children, dogs and mules.... Only the most significant ghost sightings and unexplained pheonomena seen or orginating in Colorado's past, prior to the 1920s, appear in this book.  ——from the Preface by MaryJoy Martin

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