Discover the Chilling, True Stories of the Spirits Who Haunt the Otherworldly Landscape of the American Southwest
Out in the Arizona desert, among the crumbling adobe and nearly forgotten ghost towns, the restless spirits of unfortunate souls still lurk, trapped between this world and the next. For years, Dan Baldwin and Dwight and Rhonda Hull have made it their mission to communicate with the spirits, using pendulums and psychic abilities to discover their ghostly secrets and help them pass to the other side.
Discover the secluded spirits of the Courtland Jail in Cochise County, Arizona. Learn about the tragic fate of the miners in the Santa Rita Mountains. Feel the thrill of the investigators' conversation with the ghost of Mattie Earp, the common-law wife of the famous Tombstone lawman. Speaking with the Spirits of the Old Southwest is filled with spine-tingling stories and fascinating historical insights into one of the most spiritually active regions of the world. The authors also share files of the EVPs discussed in the book on their website.
Includes photos of the authors' investigations in Arizona
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.|
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About the Author
Dan Baldwin has invested more than fifteen years using his skills as a pendulum dowser to locate missing persons and is considered an expert in the field. He has worked on several high profile cases with astounding results. He is the author, co-author, or ghostwriter of more than sixty published works including novels and short story collections under his own name.
Rhonda Hull is a world-renowned psychic medium and has been communicating with the dead most of her life. Unlike many mediums, who consider ghosts to be earthbound spirits, Rhonda believes that most spirits have successfully crossed over but return frequently to re-visit their loved ones and favorite places on the physical plane.
Dwight Hull has more than thirty years of experience as a paranormal researcher and animal communicator or pet psychic. He has been featured on numerous paranormal television shows as an expert in the field but most notably on Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures Tombstone episode.
Table of Contents
Foreword by George Sewell xi
1: Jail Break in Courtland, Arizona 15
2: A Little Bit of Heaven in Kentucky Camp 29
3: Mattie Earp 45
4: Ancient Voices at the Presidio 61
5: Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch 79
6: The Flying Nymph Lets Fly 89
7: Making Friends at Fairbank 101
8: A Strike-Out and a Home Run at Sasco 123
9: You Can’t Get Rum ’n’ Coke in Charleston 141
10: That’s John Ringo 169
11: An Angel at the Jail Tree 183
12: Knocked Out 207
13: Working on the Railroad 215
14: Checking Out of the Gadsden Hotel 229
15: Breakout at Hoptown 245