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In almost any town in America, or within a short drive, there are places where strange things happen...Hundreds of houses, hotels, cemetaries, schools, and museums are believed to have resident ghosts and poltergeists. Many campgrounds and parks are on land considered sacred or inhabited by spirits. Some areas are thought to generate vortexes of psychic energy, while other...more
Paperback, 496 pages
Published October 1st 1996 by Penguin Books (first published 1996)
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Fun read, but missing a lot of info and had some mistakes.
Two things, first, I won't count this as one of my ebook reads for the year or for that matter, a 2010 read. I started with the intention of reading it from start to finish. Finished through California, then decided it was silly to read something that is clearly designed for people traveling and looking for spooky places. Even at that, it went from fairly informative in some spots, to almost useless in others. Living in MA, I figured I oculd devote some time to the chapter, but it was sparce. Bo...more
Tim Lang
I love this book. Any time I travel (and being in a band, that happens a lot) I take this book with me, and if we near any places in the book, we'll stop to check them out.

Even if you don't use it as a tour guide, it's still a great little book to brush up on some scary ghost stories you can share with your friends.
Kayla Holthe
Fun read! It goes state to state w short accounts of the activity and history. I liked that about it. Very creepy read, makes me want to visit some locations I haven't already been to.
This is a fun, easily-digested digest of descriptions of hauntings. I intend to someday use it as a guide to determine which hotels to book in the future. ;)
Even has address in many of the palces. Helpwed me with my new book writing. Worth the money.
Interesting, but I found some research errors as well as editing errors.
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