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Lost Landscapes: Utah's Ghosts, Mysterious Creatures, and Aliens

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Utah is a land of untamed beauty. From the snowy peaks of the Wasatch Mountains to the brilliant red rocks of Southern Utah, the state boasts views and vistas found nowhere else in the nation. Travelers can glean a great amount of history from the scenes they see and the places they visit, yet there are other stories and legends that belong to Utah and her native land - ta ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Cedar Fort
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Corianne
Jun 10, 2015 Corianne rated it it was ok
I'm about halfway through Lost Landscapes, and while I'll finish it, I'm pretty sure I'm never going to read another Linda Dunning book again.

I picked this book up expecting stories of cryptozoology and folklore in and around Utah. And while I got that, Dunning overshadows them with her alleged psychic experiences. I'd rather read more of what the locals and natives to the area have to say about Hovenweep, Bear Lake, etc. than the author's impressions. I'm also not sure how she can talk about s
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Brett
Dec 18, 2009 Brett rated it it was amazing
Very fun book to read! Lots of historical information about Utah that you don't often find in other books. Being from Utah, I found it fascinating to travel along with Dunning as she explored some of the ghosts stories and mysterious tales that I had heard about growing up. I also recommend her other book, Specters in Doorways, which can be found here: www.untoldtalesofutah.com
Caitlyn Paris
Jun 13, 2012 Caitlyn Paris rated it liked it
This book was a good little read. I live in Utah and the information was interesting. However the main reason i bought this book was because it included information about Joseph A. Slade, i enjoyed reading the rest of the book as well.
Quinn Rollins
Jun 02, 2016 Quinn Rollins rated it liked it
Interesting spooky stories set in Utah and the West, undermined by the authors..."eccentric" interactions with the spirits she encounters. She's a little kooky, but a good writer.
Melissa
Oct 11, 2011 Melissa rated it liked it
This was an interesting read. It was fun to learn about some of the strange things that happen in Utah.
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