In this book, you'll find plenty of evidence that the supernatural is alive in the Golden Isles. Crumbling slave cabins, plantation homes and grand mansions, ancient forts, even a hospital that once cared for the five hundred slaves of Retreat Plantation all have their own aura, created by those long since dead.
A silent Indian couple wanders, looking with pleading eyes to anyone who can help find something precious lost long ago.
The ghost of a lonely woman still haunts the theater where she killed herself.
Two men grapple with swords in a graveyard, replaying a scene from their lives again and again.
A woman visiting an old inn experiences deja vu when she is transported to an elegant party that took place there a century before.
The ghost of a young polo player killed in a bizarre horseback riding accident strides silently through the place that was his last destination on earth.
These stories of restless souls, heartbroken lovers, skin-walkers, and protective spirits will give you a case of the creeps. Keep the lights on!
|Publisher:||Pineapple Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.49(d)|
About the Author
Don Farrant, a Michigan native and retired corporate editor, has been a freelance writer for more than twenty years. His articles, mostly on business and historical subjects, have appeared in a variety of newspapers and magazines. Don and his wife, Jean, live on St. Simons Island in Georgia.