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Haunted Saratoga County

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Saratoga County, NY may be the most haunted of American counties. Desperation, first between Indian tribes, then between Indians and Europeans and finally between Gen. Burgoyne's British army and the rebelling Americans caused blood to flow for centuries. This era was followed by an influx of health seekers, desperate to regain their health at the developing mineral water ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Aurora Publications
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