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The Heartland of Georgia, a vast region stretching from Columbus to Savannah and from the edge of Atlanta to Florida, is home to historic sites of Sherman's March to the Sea and Andersonville Civil War Prison. Because of this history, the area is one of the most haunted in the United States. All manner of paranormal phenomena haunt the battlefields, houses, prison sites and forts throughout this region. Spirits even stalk the streets of Savannah, one of the most haunted cities in the world. Join author and historian Jim Miles as he details the past and present of the ghosts that haunt central Georgia and Savannah.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Jim Miles is the author of seven books in the Civil War Explorer Series. Miles also wrote Civil War Sites in Georgia. Five of his books were featured by the History Book Club, and Miles has contributed to two History Channel documentaries.
Table of Contents
Part I Phantoms Along Sherman's March 11
Part II Savannah's Civil War Specters 37
Part III Confederate Ghosts of Central Georgia 61
Part IV Andersonville: Hell on Earth and in the Hereafter 95
Appendix. Haunted Places Open to the Public 117
About the Author 125