From Ogden up to Logan, northern Utah claims more than its fair share of restless spirits. The Ben Lomond Hotel was rumored to be the site of a honeymooning bride who tragically drowned in her bathtub, only to have her distraught son consequently commit suicide in the adjoining room. The iconic Union Station still houses passengers in the form of apparitions and disembodied voices. The owner of the Shooting Star Saloon purportedly continues to monkey around with the jukebox and a phantom piano, while Crystal Hot Springs hosts a bevy of spirits, including a crying child, a stabbing victim and multiple pool-related fatalities. Author Jennifer Jones unearths the stories behind the ghosts that continue to preside over their final destinations.
About the Author
After founding a successful paranormal team in 2007, Jennifer Miller spent the next six years actively investigating haunted locations. While pursuing a degree in history, she realized that depth and accurate research were lacking in most paranormal investigations. She has spent the last few years focusing on her blog, The Dead History, bringing to life the true story of haunted locations across the United States using historical records and facts.