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"The best seller in the series. Real hauntings experienced by the author and his friends, including the story of America's first ghost, who was seen by hundreds of people in Maine. There is a chapter on New Hampshire's ""Good Ghosts"", and another on ""Where to go ghost hunting."" Do not read at night!"
Let this book be your guide as you explore twenty-four haunted spots in the Holy City, including the Old Exchange, St. Philip's, the Market and the heart of the historic district. Walk in the footsteps of marauders, murderers and pirates; venture into graveyards where the tombstones tell more than just the names of the dead; and ponder all of Charleston's strangest unsolved mysteries in this shiveringly addictive history and guide book.
Award-winning author investigates paranormal phenomena in a Georgia gold-mining town.
The history and legends behind a number of Florida's haunted locations, including thorough background information on each locale and biographies of its ghostly residents, includes Silver Springs National Park, Flagler College, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Original.
In Ghostly Landscapes, Patricia M. Keller analyses the aesthetics of haunting and the relationship between ideology and image production by revisiting twentieth-century Spanish history through the camera’s lens. Through its vision she demonstrates how the traumatic losses of the Spanish Civil War and their systematic denial and burial during the fascist dictatorship have constituted fertile territory for the expressions of loss, uncanny return, and untimeliness that characterize the aesthetic presence of the ghost. Examining fascist documentary newsreels, countercultural art films from the Spanish New Wave, and conceptual landscape photographs created since the transition to democracy, Keller reveals how haunting serves to mourn loss, redefine space and history, and confirm the significance of lives and stories previously hidden or erased. Her richly illustrated book constitutes a significant reevaluation of fascist and post-fascist Spanish visual culture and a unique theorization of haunting as an aesthetic register inextricably connected to the visual and the landscape.
From ancient graveyards and monuments to modern restaurants and hotels, this book offers a delightful collection of uncanny legends and eerie folklore about Florida's beautiful west coast. Walk through the picturesque city of Pensacola in Florida's Panhandle, where the spirits of the dead are beckoned by an eerie lighthouse shining through the night, or stroll through Pensacola's Seville Quarter, where you may spot the specter of a long-dead bartender. Visit the Island Hotel and Restaurant in Cedar Key, where thirteen spirits are said to roam the building. Venture again into the unknown with Greg Jenkins, who will guide you through some of Florida's most frightening haunted locations. Prepare yourself for the spine-chilling and uncanny tales of specters and ghosts that inhabit Haunted Florida. Previous in series/pp

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