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Ghosts of the Garden State III

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Attention ghost hunters! Flip through the information-packed pages of "Ghosts of the Garden State III" and enjoy a mystical meander through New Jersey’s haunted communities. Learn about historic haunted inns, curious gift shops, and possessed theaters. Gain ghostly entrée to the secrets of an ancient mill and a spirited winery. Hear about extraordinary specters who communi ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published May 17th 2005 by Black Cat Press
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Nov 12, 2012 Duffy rated it it was ok
A better organization of the history and geography of New Jersey (like organizing the haunted sites by counties) of these little "teasers" would have improved the final product. I'm reading all three in sequence and glad they are library books. Good idea but lacking in any cohesiveness.
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Black Cat Press of Forked River, New Jersey was founded in 2000 by Lynda Lee Macken, a native New Yorker, who continues to combine her interest in history with stories of the paranormal.

She has chronicled supernatural tales and legends since her own ghostly sighting of Grace Brown whose 1906 murder in New York State’s Adirondack Mountains inspired a novel and a motion picture. The 19-year-old Brow
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