Ghosts and Mysteries of Broward County

Ghosts and Mysteries of Broward County

by Dorothy Salvo Davis, W.C. Madden

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Ghosts and Mysteries of Broward County by Dorothy Salvo Davis, W.C. Madden


Residents of and visitors to Broward County might not realize how many haunting tales are connected to the many popular beaches, roadways and destinations here. What really happened to six aircraft that went missing in what might be one corner of the Devil's Triangle? Does a shape-shifting panther man lurk in the wild places off the Dixie Highway? Just how many startling specters have appeared over the years at the county's restaurants, inns and buildings? Authors Dorothy Salvo Davis and W.C. Madden reveal these stories and more in Ghosts and Mysteries of Broward County.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596298736
Publisher: History Press, The
Publication date: 09/14/2010
Series: Haunted America Series
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 1,260,784
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author


Dorothy (Salvo) Davis is the author of two previous books, Ghost Stories of White County and Haunted Lafayette. She graduated from Deerfield Beach High School in Deerfield, Florida. She moved to Wolcott, Indiana, in 2003 and then to Monticello, Indiana, in 2006. She is a wife and mother. Her hobbies include soccer, Girl Scouts and gardening. She is a history buff and enjoys researching various time periods. Raised in an Italian American family, her favorite historical subject is the Roman Empire. W.C. Madden is an accomplished author with thirty books and more than one hundred magazine articles to his credit. He has a journalism degree from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas. He's a member of the White County Historical Society, Monticello Rotary and Monticello Kiwanis. He first began writing for publication in the United States Air Force and won the prestigious Thomas Jefferson Award for his writing in the military. He was also an award-winning journalist with the Noblesville Ledger in Noblesville, Indiana.

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