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Green Mountain Ghosts, Ghouls & Unsolved Mysteries

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Aimed at adults, teenagers, and tourists, this is the most comprehensive collection of tales, legends, folklore, ghost stories and strange-but-true facts ever assembled about Vermont and the surrounding areas of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Quebec--one that can be used to find these haunted sites.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 15th 1994 by Mariner Books
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What I Learned: I'm sure that every state has its ghosts and monsters and mysteries, but when i read Citro's books, i feel like Vermont is that much more unique.
Who knew that the Green Mountain's held so many secrets? Author Joseph A. Citro takes you on a very entertaining and informative trek through Vermont's stranger people, places, and things.
Yes... THINGS! That is where I found myself zipping through this book, devouring each word about Champ, Memphree, Goonyak and more monsters than you care to meet in the woods. Citro shows an obvious affection for his research of the mysterious subjects and a pleasing ability to express that to the reader. He t
this was a very interesting collection of mythology and ghost stories, etc. from Vermont, I just wish it had been ... not written in quite such a pedestrian manner.
One of the most re-read books of my childhood.
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