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Join the Spirit Light Network, a paranormal investigative team of shamans and energy healers dedicated to helping spirits cross to the Other Side. Experience 12 interesting and frightening ghost hunts to find out why ghosts exist and wander the earth, how some people are more likely to be haunted than others, and what to do if you become a haunted person. Read about a boy haunted by British soldiers, a curse on a colonial farmhouse, a spirit who won't leave until her head is returned, and more. Along the way, you'll learn step-by-step instructions for varied energy techniques to ensure that you won't succumb to energies from both sides of the Veil, including how to ground energy, cut cords that may be draining you, balance and raise your vibration, and more. Discover why the Spirit Light Network is known as the group that "treads where others dread."
Among Massachusetts's many treasures is Boston, a city rich in culture and history. Haunted Boston, a collection of stories of ghosts, mysteries, and paranormal happenings in Beantown, will leave readers delightfully frightened.
Discover what the locals of the Outer Banks have known for yearsa|it's haunted. Rich in natural beauty and history, it makes sense that this area is also a haven for ghosts. From a sea captain who haunts several popular restaurants to a spirit that walks alone in Nags Head Woods, ghostly inhabitants have made the decision to stay along this expanse of coastal wonder. Find out that hoodoos are not the only creatures creating havoc on Mother Vineyard. Read a legend about a crazy woman wandering on the beaches of Nags Head and Cape Hatteras. Learn of a murdered girl and her connection to the Pioneer Theater. Visit haunted lighthouses to see an entertaining ghost or a spirited keeper's daughter, killed by a rogue wave. Whether you are a longtime lover of the Outer Banks or fascinated with stories of pirates, ghost ships, and mischievous ghosts, these haunts will keep your hair on end!
Acquaint yourself with spirits who roam miles and miles along California's gorgeous central coastline. Stroll through haunted halls of missions in the footsteps of Chumash Indians and Spanish conquistadors. Make your way to the Santa Maria Inn, which is filled with ghosts from its illustrious past who regularly use the elevator. Spend some time in Summerland, or "heaven," the first Spiritualist colony in the U.S., and meet Hector, the young boy who inhabits The Big Yellow House. Explore the theory of a parallel universe and different dimensions. Enter the world of Robbie, a young boy whose life was cut short by an evil entity that still travels between this world and the next to hide his wicked crime. So join the spirits along California's central coast and spend time within an incredible vortex of paranormal energy!
Settled by Spanish explorers more than three centuries ago, San
Antonio has a rich haunted history. "Ghosthunting San Antonio" by
local author Micharl Varhola covers 30 haunted locations in or
around the cities of San Antonio and Austin and throughout the
region known as Texas Hill Country. Each site combines history,
haunted lore and phenomena, and practical visitation information.
The book is organized into four geographical sections, "City of San
Antonio," "Greater San Antonio," "Austin," and "Texas Hill
Country." This hands-on guide also includes an introduction to the
subject of ghosthunting in the Lone Star State and all the
information readers need to visit the places described within it.
It also has an appendix that briefly describes nearly 100 other
How, exactly, do you find a ghost in a city the size of Phoenix? It's like finding a needle in a haystack, right? Not if you visit some of the haunted hot spots mentioned here! What's the story behind the lady in white roaming the halls of the Hotel San Carlos? Is there a mysterious occupant casting a ghostly glare upon visitors of the Territorial Prison or at the Arizona Museum of Natural History? Where, in Arizona's capitol, can you knock back a few pints with the ghostly guests of a popular English pub? Learn the answers as you strike out on your own (as a paranormal investigator) in the Valley of the Sun.
You leave us alone; we'll leave you alone. When Elaine Mercado and her first husband bought their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1982, they had no idea that they and their two young daughters were embarking on a thirteen-year nightmare. Within a few days of moving in, Elaine and her older daughter began to experience the sensation of being watched. Then came scratching noises and weird smells, followed by voices whispering, maniacal laughter, shadowy figures scurrying along baseboards, and small balls of light bouncing along the ceilings. From the beginning of the haunting, "suffocating dreams" were experienced by everyone except the younger daughter. These eventually accelerated to physical aggression directed at Elaine and both the girls. This book is the true story of how one family tried to cope with living in a haunted house. It also describes how, with the help of parapsychologist Dr. Hans Holzer and medium Marisa Anderson, the family discovered the tragic and heartbreaking secrets buried in the house at Grave's End. I struggle to open my eyes, but achieve nothing but frustration and failure. I am not asleep. I am fully conscious, in a state of panic unthinkable during the day intolerable in the dark of night, held prisoner by some tortured, invisible presence, insistent on abruptly invading my slumber. The more I struggle toward freedom, the more I am pushed into the mattress, perspiring, heart palpitating, a scream involuntarily silenced within my throat. Some nights I experience my skin being stroked while I fight to regain control of my body, my sight. Thank God, this was not one of those nights. Tonight it lets me open my eyes, shaken but unviolated, frightened, but not as frightened as I know I can become. First Runner up for the 2001 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Biographical/Personal Book
The Revolutionary War has sparked legends, ghost stories, and tales of haunted battlefields. Explore the ghostly side of the fight for American independence with stories collected for the first time in one volume, from all thirteen of the original American colonies that rebelled against England. Find out how a group of boy scouts got more than they bargained for after camping at the haunted Spy House in New Jersey. Cross paths with the Headless Horseman of Paoli and pray that you don't gaze into his guilty eyes. Travel to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, where George Washington had his lowest moment in the war and was visited by an angel that may have changed the course of history. Ride with General " Mad Anthony" Wayne on his annual quest to retrieve his missing bones. These stories and more are why you'll want to get caught up in the Spirits of 76'.
Nestled deep in Litchfield Hills, Connecticut, a 1790 farmhouse sits near the epicenter of a paranormal commotion. The family that resides there regularly encounters its own ancestors and strangers--human and non-human--who seemingly occupy the same physical space in our world while remaining in their own, parallel worlds. When famous ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren investigated, they dubbed it "Ghost Central." Here's your chance to unlock and experience the private diary of farmhouse resident Donna Fillie. This amazing record spans five decades and recounts a parade of uncanny occurrences, including: Notes from old friends who insist they didn't deliver them A grandson playing with an invisible--but very real--friend Donna awakening to phenomena at precisely 12:42 a.m., an eerie correspondence to her house number, 1242 This compelling work includes many other unexplainable details of a wide variety of phenomena that frequently occur in this otherwise normal area of Connecticut, which may also be the site of a secret military base. After reading "The Haunted House Diaries," you will undoubtedly wonder: Are our assumptions about the paranormal all wrong?
Explore tales of legendary creatures that haunt New England forests, lakes, sea, and sky. Learn of blazing beaches and strange objects raining down from the heavens. Relive the terror of killer storms, tornadoes, and deadly infernos. The region has played host to cryptid creatures (sea and lake monsters, Bigfoot, satyrs, thunderbirds, and more). From frozen human hibernation and spontaneous human combustion, to UFO abductions, witchcraft, and vampires, New England is where it's at!
Pittsburgh's ghosts are as varied as its many neighborhoods. In the shadow of the University of Pittsburgh, curious boys investigate an abandoned house and find that some doors are better left unopened. In Robinson Township, a young woman wakes nightly to find a shadowy menace standing over her bed. On the banks of the Ohio River, a baby has a close call with a cold stove mysteriously running hot. A dying man's last wish is communicated from beyond the grave. Call them what you will: visits from the ethereal plain, the sixth sense, the fourth dimension, spectral visions, or cold spots. The tales you are about to read will chill you, and yet provide reassuring warmth that the living are not alone.
Descend into three of the most haunted cities in Southern Arizona: Bisbee, Tombstone, and Tucson. Discover Bisbee's Lady in White ghost who saved the lives of three children, Tombstone's Swamper who hid his silver and is bound to keep others from finding it, and the ghost of a woman who smells like roses in Tucson's Hotel Congress. Learn about these and 41 other hauntings, portals, shadow people, poltergeist, and object ghosts. Come along for the tour... if you dare.
Why did hundreds of people line up, in the winter of 1980, bumper to bumper in rural Illinois, to catch a glimpse of a scantily clad phantom along Kennedy Hill Road? Did you know that a ghost of a homicidal mother still haunts the road near her former home? What is the real history behind Independence Grove and Devil's Gate? When these questions and more are answered, you will never look at the history of Illinois the same way. This painstakingly researched book leaves no ghost unturned.
If you're one of the countless fans of ghost hunting TV shows itching to get off the couch and track some spirits on your own, this book provides everything you need to know to conduct a successful paranormal investigation.
Professional ghost hunter Rich Newman shares proven scientific methods, tried-and-true low-tech approaches, and the latest technology used by the pros. You'll learn what ghosts are, why hauntings occur, the different types of supernatural phenomena, and the importance of conducting responsible investigations. Find out how to form a team, interact with ghosts, gather and examine evidence--and what not to do when seeking spirits.
Along with helpful hints, insider tips, and seasoned insights gained from Newman's decade of field work, Ghost Hunting for Beginners is peppered with true accounts of ghost stories from famous cases and the author's own investigations.
Delve into electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) as you read and listen to ghosts in Massachusetts. Real voices from 15 real investigations, recorded throughout Massachusetts, from men, women, and even children, communicate like never before. Most are recorded in stunning clarity! Hear a ghostly voice at Cordage Park, in Plymouth, saying the words, "One teacher...," while another voice from Salem's Inn at Washington Square argues, "The devil make you live long," while another replies, "No, he won't!" Feel a chill as you listen to the incredible admission of murder from a spirit at the Fearing Tavern in Wareham, that confesses, "Hey Ashford, I killed Grandpa Ash" Take an adventure combining new recording technologies with old-world beliefs that supports the idea that there is life after death!
'Shapton has created a mystical territory - a performance, an exhibition, a guestbook - in which I felt the ghost within myself; the thing that will outlive me. A fearless and exquisite book' Miranda July Guestbook explores the glimmering, unsettling things that haunt us in the midst of life, combining stories, vignettes and an evocative curiosity cabinet of artifacts and images - found photographs, original paintings, Instagram-style portraits - to transform the traditional ghost story into something else entirely. 'Leanne Shapton has a way of making books entirely new, surreal, and uncanny ... Guestbook contains ghost stories for a world of images and captions, in which the ghosts are all of us, and our strange time' Sheila Heti, author of How Should a Person Be?
New York's Capital District is an area rich in history . . . and in ghosts! Covering a dozen communities within the area, read about historic hauntings and modern-day spooks in upstate New York. Catch a show at the Cohoes Music Halljust watch out for the Lady in Black and the outrageous spirit of Vaudeville superstar Eva Tanguay. Take a ride on Lincolns ghost train that charges through Albany each April. Learn the true stories behind the legends of Amsterdam's Widow Susan and the Witch of Saratoga. And find out why the Men in Black menaced the residents of Scotia for four years. Why not begin your paranormal encounter right here?
Southern Illinois' ghost stories stretch from Springfield, where Abraham Lincoln's ghost relaxes in a rocking chair in his old home, to the city of Alton, where the ghost of murdered abolitionist Elijah Lovejoy roams near his monument in Alton Cemetery. While you're in Alton, you'll meet the ghost of Reverend Phillip Mercer who locks and unlocks doors at the First Unitarian Church. In downtown Decatur, you just might run into Red, the Lincoln Theater's most infamous ghost. And if you're still feeling brave, you can wander to the Cracker Factory where you can hear the whistling ghost of Sam Thames. He has a knack for moving things around at night. Get ready to come face to face with these and other Illinois ghosts.
Discover ghostly history right in the heart of the Bluegrass State. Visit Bobby Mackey's haunted music world where you may see the headless ghost of Pearl Bryan. Pull up a chair to dine with the ghost of Jesse James at the Talbott Tavern, but watch out...he likes to startle diners. Head over to the Old Jailer's Inn to spend the night where condemned prisoners scream and ghostly figures wander from room to room. Whether you hunger for a taste of the grisly and macabre or just want to be entertained by a good, old-fashioned ghost yarn, Kentucky is the place for you. Just don't say we didn't warn you.
New York's Hudson River Valley is a place of beauty and history. It is also one of the most haunted regions in the country. Read about ancient Indian spirits at Spook Rock, where an innocent girl was murdered in an act of revenge. Encounter soldiers who still walk the battlefield of Fort Montgomery. Visit haunted houses that line the streets of the old Dutch settlements in New Paltz and Hurley, and see a misty figure that haunts the Sickletown Road Cemetery. Beware; a passing shadow or faint whisper may signal that you have just had an encounter in haunted Hudson Valley.
The Monterey Peninsula, in California, is alive with ghosts and spirits. Spend time with a ghostly lady in a black dress who occupies a rocking chair at the Robert Louis Stevenson House. Read about a phantom woman in Pebble Beach who frightens drivers when she appears in the middle of the road. Examine the peculiar appearances of Monterey's famous sea serpent, "Bobo," and the ghost of Father Junipero Serra that returns annually to Carmel Mission to say Mass. Experience disembodied voices, phantom ships, and ghostly spirits wandering historic adobes, hotels, and roadways of the Peninsula. Unusual paranormal stories are compiled here, including the ghost of a Chinese fisherman, a Devil's Ship, a Haunted Lighthouse, and more.
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