The fourth volume in the Ghost Investigator series examines new cases of hauntings in New York and New Jersey. Among the fascinating true stories are the site of a double hatchet murder, the Old '76 House restaurant that held Revolutionary War spy Major Andre as he awaited execution, and a dark and winding road shrouded in mystery--and death. There is also the family that found a grave marker in their basement, and dared to move it; the girl who attracts ghosts like a magnet; the man who encountered spirits at Gettysburg that changed his life. Ghost Investigator Linda Zimmermann also describes a terrifying new encounter at "Grandma's House" (see the story in "Ghost Investigator Volume 3").
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About the Author
Earning a B.S. in Chemistry and a Master’s in English Literature made it obvious early on that Linda had wide-ranging interests. After working as a research scientist throughout the 1980s, she decided to pursue her real passion—-writing. Today, Linda is the author of over 20 books, is a popular speaker, and has made numerous appearances on television and radio. She has received honors and awards for her books on American history, and has lectured at the Smithsonian, West Point, and Gettysburg. Astronomy and the space program are also favorite topics for her books, articles, and lectures. In addition, Linda has appeared at major science fiction conventions for her two novels, and is internationally known for her "Ghost Investigator" series of books.