Reading line: Eerie tales and spine-tingling stories from the Keystone State Things that go bump in the night, disembodied voices, footsteps in an empty stairwell, an icy hand on your shoulder…let your imagination run wild as you read about Pennsylvania’s most extraordinary apparitions, sinister spooks, and bizarre beasts. You may know of the ghosts of Gettysburg and the legendary Joe Magarac, but perhaps you haven’t you heard about: the boy from Strausburg who could make it rain–inside; a young woman who was murdered on Penn State’s Mont Alto campus and continues to visit her old room in Wiestling Hall; the Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum, where men from the old museum photos rearrange the gift shop, appear and disappear on the elevator, and walk through walls; and Sproul State Forest’s headless Frenchman, who continues to frighten hikers and campers four hundred years after his death. Mark Nesbitt lives in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and is the author of the six-volume Ghosts of Gettysburg series. Patty A. Wilson is the author of several books on Pennsylvania hauntings, including The Pennsylvania Ghost Guide and The Big Book of Pennsylvania Ghost Stories, and coauthor of Boos and Brews with Scott Crownover.
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Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
Product Dimensions: 6″ w x 9″ h