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Prominent American Ghosts

Prominent American Ghosts Best Read || [Susy Smith] - Prominent American Ghosts, Prominent American Ghosts The author has traveled from Maine to California from a burlesque theater in Los Angeles to a novelties warehouse in Miami Beach to collect these fascinating accounts of strange visitations that have

  • Title: Prominent American Ghosts
  • Author: Susy Smith
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Hardcover

Prominent American Ghosts Best Read || [Susy Smith], Prominent American Ghosts, Susy Smith, Prominent American Ghosts The author has traveled from Maine to California from a burlesque theater in Los Angeles to a novelties warehouse in Miami Beach to collect these fascinating accounts of strange visitations that have been experienced by thousands of Americans Summing up the results of her research Miss Smith says Whatever they are ghosts are real excerpt from description on book The aut Prominent American Ghosts Best Read || [Susy Smith] - Prominent American Ghosts, Prominent American Ghosts The author has traveled from Maine to California from a burlesque theater in Los Angeles to a novelties warehouse in Miami Beach to collect these fascinating accounts of strange visitations that have

  • Prominent American Ghosts Best Read || [Susy Smith]
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Prominent American Ghosts

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467 Comments

  1. Why do I like this type of book Am I obsessed with things that go bump in the night Nah What fascinates me is the History behind the folklore.For instance, the charming old house in Kinderhook, N.Y named Lindenwald, where Washington Irving visited often, and based his character, Ichabod Crane on the local schoolmaster , was also the home of Martin Van Buren who bought the house when he retired from the Presidency.In due course, John Van Buren inherited the house from his father and then quickly [...]


  2. I didn t really like it only because I thought it was going to be about famous or infamous ghostsSome stories were good but others were not and went on to longPlus I am curious to know if the hauntings are still going on today rather than when the book was written in the 1960 s


  3. Tepid and tedious The only part that kind of scared me was when I was reading a chapter on poltergeists and I heard what I hope was just a raccoon collecting fallen acorns from our porch roof.


  4. Kept me reading Still not sure if I believe in ghosts But there must be something out there with all the happenings going on.


  5. Great book, filled with long forgotten but nonetheless classic American ghost tales Her firsthand examination of the Tropicana Arts Poltergeist alone is worth tracking down a copy of this book.


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