Ghosts Recent Hauntings

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Investigating Hauntings Ghosts And Poltergeists

Author: Robin S. Doak
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1429648147
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"Covers ghostly phenomena, including specific cases and skeptical arguments against hauntings"--Provided by publisher.

When Darkness Falls

Author: Docia Shultz Williams
Editor: Taylor Trade Publications
ISBN: 0585262403
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Once again, well-known ghost story writer Docia Williams brings us an all-new book about recent ghost sightings and mysterious happenings in the Alamo City. A chilling book for those wanting a guide to places where spirits are known to rendezvous or for those who just like a good ghost story.

Ghosts Of Alcatraz And Other Hauntings Of The West

Author: Suzanne Garbe
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1476539154
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"Describes ghost sightings and hauntings in the western United States"--

Ghosts And Haunted Places

Author: Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0791093921
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Explores the history and folklore surrounding ghosts and offers case studies and personal experiences featuring different types of ghosts and possible explanations for their sighting.

Parapsychology Ghosts And Hauntings

Author: Robert Young
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0992640431
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Cultural Haunting

Author: Kathleen Brogan
Editor: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813918273
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Ghost stories in various forms have been a part of popular literature for centuries, from Shakespeare to Dickens to Faulkner. Over the past twenty-five years, a resurgence of haunting plots has occurred in American literature. In Cultural Haunting, Kathleen Brogan makes the case that this recent preoccupation with ghosts stems not from a lingering interest in Gothic themes but instead from a whole new genre in American literature that she calls "the story of cultural haunting." Examining Louis Erdrich's Tracks, Toni Morrison's Beloved, and Cristina Garcia's Dreaming in Cuba, Brogan argues that modern ghost stories offer a way for minority authors to come to terms with their lost cultural identities. At the heart of this process, she contends, is the experience of mourning as that form of memory determined by an awareness of a break with the past. While conscious of the cultural differences among these haunted tales of slavery, colonization, and immigration, the author demonstrates that they all function similarly: to re-create ethnic identity by imaginatively recovering a collective history that in many cases has been fragmented or erased. Her readings show how the specific histories and local meanings support the pan-ethnic genre she has defined. The book suggests that modern stories of haunting reflect the increased emphasis on ethnic and racial differentation in American society over the past thirty years. The ghosts found in contemporary American literature lead us to the heart of our nation's discourse about multiculturalism and ethnic identity.

50 Real Ghost Stories

Author: M J Wayland
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ISBN: 9781909667006
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A real ghost story should never end perfectly. That is my rule of thumb. After investigating ghost experiences for nearly thirty years, I realised that the finely polished stories told by storytellers and "ghost walkers" were exactly that - polished. In polishing stories we lose the personality of the haunted and indeed the haunter itself, that is why in my books, research papers and articles, I always maintain the original testaments and facts. The stories that I have collected for you now are rough diamonds, totally unpolished and any additions by myself are kept to a minimum and noted clearly." P. [4] of cover.

Ghosts Of The O K Corral And Other Hauntings Of Tombstone Arizona

Author: Matt Chandler
Editor: Capstone Press
ISBN: 1496683706
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Tombstone, Arizona, is known for its Wild West roots. Did the gun fights, showdowns, and foul play that happened there lead to today's haunted stories? Learn about the O.K. Corral and other paranormal hotspots in this spooky historic town. Between these pages, readers will find just the right amount of scariness for a cold, dark night.

Ghosts And Hauntings

Author: Anna Claybourne
Editor: Usborne Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780746037164
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Retells noted accounts of haunted buildings and ghostly visits, including Glamis Castle, the Amityville horror, and the Flying Dutchman, and discusses poltergeists, messages from beyond, ghost hunters, photographs of specters, and related matters.

Ghost Stories

Author: Hannah J. Tidy
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533385215
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Ghost Stories: Compilation of horrifyingly REAL ghost stories & truly disturbing-Hauntings & Paranormal stories By Hannah J. Tidy Discover the Horrible Facts of These True Ghost Stories! Warning: Please be aware. All the stories in this book have been verified as being TRUE ghost stories from around the world. These stories are not hoaxes - they are backed up by FACTS. Maybe disturbing for some! When you download Hannah J. Tidy's Ghost Stories: Compilation of horrifyingly REAL ghost stories & truly disturbing-Hauntings & Paranormal stories, your skin will crawl with the idea that these stories are real - and could happen to anyone. In this New Edition of Ghost Stories, you'll find a new horrifying chapter on a particular art piece that has been circulating eBay that is believed to be extremely haunted! buyer beware. and many many more newly added Ghost Stories. Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download Now! In the case of Justice From Beyond, Hannah J. Tidy describes how a Ghost returned from the dead to see her murderer tried and convicted. By visiting her mother from beyond the grave to speak the truth of her death, this ghost finally found her eternal rest. Don't delay - Get your copy of Ghost Stories right away. Scroll to the top and select the "BUY" button for instant download. You'll be so happy you did!

Ghost Hunting For Dummies

Author: Zak Bagans
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119584752
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Dive into the ghostly world of the supernatural with America’s leading paranormal investigator Inside, paranormal investigator, star, and executive producer of The Travel Channel's hit series, Ghost Adventures and founder of the award-winning Haunted Museum (Las Vegas’ most popular attraction), Zak Bagans takes readers on an exciting journey into the supernatural world. With insider information on the history of ghost-hunting to learning about ghosts with all kinds of temperaments, Ghost-Hunting For Dummies is peppered with true accounts and stories from Bagans' famous cases and investigations. Featuring expert advice on picking a haunted location, setting up cameras, and dealing with unwieldy ghosts, this book shows how today's investigators use the tools of modern science to study a wide range of paranormal activity. Take an exciting adventure into the supernatural world Explore haunted sites Get messages from beyond the grave Read true accounts from famous cases and investigations If you're one of the countless fans of Ghost Adventures 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.

Ghost Stories Of Alberta

Author: Barbara Smith
Editor: Dundurn
ISBN: 9780888821522
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An eerie collection of ghost stories in Alberta, from urban centres to rural areas and the Rocky Mountains.

Hell House

Author: Allison Vale
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402763106
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The chilling title of this hair-raising volume refers to the real-life Hell House of New Orleans—a mansion haunted by the ghosts of tortured and murdered slaves. But that’s only one of the 43 forbidding locations documented within these pages. Bold readers are invited to go on a world-spanning tour of haunted places, to meet ghosts, apparitions, and spirits such as the Windigo of the remote Canadian forests, which possesses unwary travelers and compels them to eat human flesh. Here also are such horrors as the moving coffins of Barbados, the Hungry Ghosts of China, and other bizarre manifestations of the spirit world. Truly a feast of shudders and thrills for all fans of the supernatural.

Who S Haunting The White House

Author: Jeff Belanger
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402738227
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Explores the world inside the White House, where presidents, first ladies, and staff have seen darting shadows and ghostly apparitions that have been attributed to be such former inhabitants as Andrew Jackson, Abigail Adams, and Abraham Lincoln.

Espectros

Author: Alberto Ribas-Casasayas
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611487374
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Espectros is a compilation of original scholarly studies that presents the first volume-length exploration of the spectral in literature, film, and photography of Latin America, Spain, and the Latino diaspora. In recent decades, scholarship in deconstructionist "hauntology," trauma studies, affect in image theory, and a renewed interest in the Gothic genre, has given rise to a Spectral Studies approach to the study of narrative. Haunting, the spectral, and the effects of the unseen, carry a special weight in contemporary Latin American and Spanish cultures (referred to in the book as “Transhispanic cultures”), due to the ominous legacy of authoritarian governments and civil wars, as well as the imposition of the unseen yet tangible effects of global economics and neoliberal policies. Ribas and Petersen’s detailed introductory analysis grounds haunting as a theoretical tool for literary and cultural criticism in the Transhispanic world, with an emphasis on the contemporary period from the end of the Cold War to the present. The chapters in this volume explore haunting from a diversity of perspectives, in particular engaging haunting as a manifestation of trauma, absence, and mourning. The editors carefully distinguish the collective, cultural dimension of historical trauma from the individual, psychological experience of the aftermath of a violent history, always taking into account unresolved social justice issues. The volume also addresses the association of the spectral photographic image with the concept of haunting because of the photograph’s ability to reveal a presence that is traditionally absent or has been excluded from hegemonic representations of society. The volume concludes with a series of studies that address the unseen effects and progressive deterioration of the social fabric as a result of a globalized economy and neoliberal policies, from the modernization of the nation-state to present.

Haunted New Orleans

Author: Troy Taylor
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1614232598
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Travel beyond Bourbon Street into the macabre history of one of the most haunted cities in the United States with the author of Wicked New Orleans as your guide. New Orleans—the Big Easy, the birthplace of jazz, home of Cafe du Monde and what some call the most haunted city in America. Beneath the indulgence and revelry of the Crescent City lies a long history of the dark and mysterious. From the famous “Queen of Voodoo,” Marie Laveau, who is said to haunt the site of her grave, to the wicked LaLauries, whose true natures were hidden behind elegance and the trappings of high society, New Orleans is filled with spirits of all kinds. Some of the ghosts in these stories have sordid and scandalous histories, while others are friendly specters who simply can’t leave their beloved city behind. Join supernatural historian Troy Taylor as he takes readers beyond the French Quarter and shows a side of New Orleans never seen. Includes photos!

The Big Book Of New Jersey Ghost Stories

Author: Patricia A. Martinelli
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493043838
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Hauntings lurk and spirits linger in the Garden State Reader, beware! Turn these pages and enter the world of the paranormal, where ghosts and ghouls alike creep just out of sight. Authors Patricia A. Martinelli and Charles A. Stansfield Jr. shine a light in the dark corners of New Jersey and scare those spirits out of hiding in this thrilling collection. From what may lurk in the Ramapo Mountains, to a ghostly little boy who waits on Clinton Road, and the fabled Jersey Devil itself, these stories of strange occurrences will keep you glued to the edge of your seat. Around the campfire or tucked away on a dark and stormy night, this big book of ghost stories is a hauntingly good read.

Ghosts Of Gettysburg And Other Hauntings Of The East

Author: Suzanne Garbe
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1476539162
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"Describes ghost sightings and hauntings in the eastern United States"--

Ghost Investigator

Author: Linda Zimmermann
Editor: Spirited Books
ISBN: 9780971232600
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A colection of true ghost stories from the Hudson Valley region, by Ghost Investigator Linda Zimmermann. These are the revised and updated versions of those stories previously published in four separate books "Ghosts of Rockland County", "Haunted Hudson Valley", "More Haunted Hudson Valley" and "Haunted Hudson Valley 3."