Haunted Memphis (TN) (Haunted America)
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Haunted Memphis (TN) (Haunted America)

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Much like its muddy riverbanks, the mid-South is flooded with tales of shadowy spirits lurking among us. Beyond the rhythm of the blues and tapping of blue suede shoes is a history steeped in horror. From the restless souls of Elmwood Cemetery to the voodoo vices of Beale Street, phantom hymns of the Orpheum Theatre and Civil War soldiers still looking for a fight, peer be...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 9th 2009 by The History Press (first published September 1st 2009)
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This was a good book. Wish it would have been longer & more in detailed. I have lived in Memphis all my life and they had several that I had never heard of. There was a person that she had "quoted" in there that is not reliable, but I'm sure the author did not know it at the time.
Kim Fiveash
I really enjoyed reading this book and learning about the "darker" side of Memphis History. Even if you are not a believe in the "spirits" it's still full of excellent information about Memphis's rich history.
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