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SUMMARY Historic Haunted America

States and CanadaFrom the ghost ridden forts in Old Tucson to the Inn of the 17 Ghosts near Philadelphia from the haunted plantations of Louisiana and Georgia to a haunted commun. I ll describe this book as inconsistent Some stories are very specific about time and place others are disappointingly vague Some stories are about a tragic life and end with a sentence or two about how they may be a ghost others are about ghosts whom no one knows where they came from Still there is a lot to learn in here so if you re into history you might like it Don t worry it s not scary enough to keep you up at night but it might give you chills now and then It s also not a one sitting read It s long and not exactly fast paced

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Historic Haunted America

Historic Haunted America is an engrossing investigation into North American ghost legends a comprehensive documenting yesterday and today's most shocking hauntings in the United. There are stories to be found here from every state of the Union and every province of Canada so chances are one of the locations mentioned will be near you Most interestingly some of the old stories are updated with new information For example most everyone has heard of the Bell Witch but assume it is gone Norman and Scott have not only examined strange occurrences that are still happening in the Bell Witch Cave but also have talked to some descendants of John Bell I knew of the happenings in the Cave but was not aware that some in the Bell family believe the Witch is still involved with their clan Could the Bell family still be haunted According to this book they just may beThis is not the best of this duo s books but it is still well worth a read This pair views their topic with a bit of skepticism which if not overdone is a good thing Their writing is clear and they don t ramble on with useless information just to fill up space We owe uite a debt to Norman and Scott for all their work collecting ghost stories over the years and their books deserve to be on any ghost aficionado s bookshelf

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Ity playhouse in Sioux Falls South Dakota Michael Norman and Beth Scott tell stories of the past and present so terrifyingly real that even the most skeptical reader will believe. Interesting stories


10 thoughts on “Historic Haunted America

  1. says:

    There are stories to be found here from every state of the Union and every province of Canada so chances are one of the locations mentioned will be near you Most interestingly some of the old stories are updated with new information For example most everyone has heard of the Bell Witch but assume it is gone Norman and Scott have not only examined strange occurrences that are still happening in the Bell Witch Cave but als

  2. says:

    I expected from this book It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either so that is why I gave it 3 stars Personally I would save my money and get a

  3. says:

    This was sort of a reread of sorts I've had this book for years and read bits and pieces overtime But this time I finally read the whole book through It was a nice read even if at times I felt some of the storie

  4. says:

    I'll describe this book as inconsistent Some stories are very specific about time and place others are disappointingly vague Some stories are about a tragic life and end with a sentence or two about how they may be a ghost others are about ghosts whom no one knows where they came from Still there is a lot to lea

  5. says:

    I was very disappointed in the way this book was written I liked the way it was done state by state but it sucked as far as description There was a bland boring telling of who saw what There was no storytelling feel no scary story brought to life feelI forced myself through it got to Nevada my state and was sooo disappointed by the lack of mention of Vegas There are so many mob murders that are local ghost stories or Liberace o

  6. says:

    This book is horrible The writing is so dry it sounds like a textbook This author managed to take a completely interesting subject and make it into the euivalent of eating sawdust So NOT recommended to anybody

  7. says:

    A wonderful collection of tales that go bump in the night It really made me want to travel around America and check out some of these places I feel very bad for some of the people in the tales and it brings up the point that honesty is always the best policy if you want to keep yourself and your loved ones safe from wandering the Earth for eternity

  8. says:

    Meh Had a lot of potential but most of the stories were sparsely told

  9. says:

    Interesting stories

  10. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the fascinating tales of ghosts and odd occurrences from every state

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