Strange lights float in the Pocomoke Forest, withering houses decay in lonely fields and spirits linger along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. The eerie landscape of Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore teems with stories of the supernatural. A spectral candle moves past a window at the Teackle Mansion in Princess Anne, while the friendly ghost of old Rock makes his presence known at the Headquarters Firehouse in Salisbury. At the headwaters of the Pocomoke River, Snow Hill's sprawling River House echoes with phantom footsteps that hint at a sad history. Author and guide Mindie Burgoyne uncovers the mysteries and ghost lore of one of the state's most haunted regions.
About the Author
Mindie Burgoyne is a travel writer and tour operator. She owns Chesapeake Ghost Walks, on the Eastern Shore, and Thin Places Mystical Tours, focused on spiritual travel to Ireland. She is also the author of Haunted Eastern Shore, Haunted Ocean City and Berlin and Haunted Mid-Shore. Her work has been featured in many media platforms, including the Baltimore Sun, CBS News and the National Geographic Television Network.