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Ghostly Adventures : Chilling True Stories from America's Haunted Hot Spots - Christopher Balzano

Ghostly Adventures

Chilling True Stories from America's Haunted Hot Spots


Published: 1st July 2008
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There are certain towns that we all associate with ghost stories and sightings. But creepy encounters happen everyday all throughout this country-in towns that you may never have heard of, to normal people, just like you!

With Ghostly Adventures, you can travel to these terrifying towns and share in the scare. Let ghost guru, Christopher Balzano, be your guide through the jaw-dropping true tales that happen all around the U.S., in places like:

  • the Boston hotel where old Mr. Parker returns to check on his guests
  • the lost village of Dudleytown, Connecticut, where all residents vanished without a trace
  • the Summerwind Mansion in northeast Wisconsin, whose secret compartment housed a man's corpse for years
Terrifying true tales and frightening facts come together to create hours of eerie entertainment that you can read on your own or out loud with friends. With Ghostly Adventures, you can stop just wondering about ghosts and get to know them yourself!

Getting to know ghosts: Lowdown on ghosts -- Investigating the other side -- Paranormal in the present -- Chilling true stories come to life: Ouija board mixed bag -- Hauntings in the northeast -- Ghost stories of the south -- We're not alone on the west coast -- Ghosts make an appearance in the midwest and great lakes region -- Appendix A: Glossary -- Appendix B: Online resources -- Appendix C: Paranormal groups and investigators by state -- Index.

ISBN: 9781440515583
ISBN-10: 1440515581
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st July 2008