Haunted HousesBook - 2003
The most haunted real estate in America is explored in this volume of chilling tales. In Amityville, New York, an ordinary family is terrified by poltergeists in one of America's most controversial haunted houses. Abraham Lincoln, whose wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, was deeply interested in the paranormal, is said to haunt the White House in Washington, DC. In Galveston, Texas, a fiercely independent yet forlorn woman haunts Ashton Villa, a mysterious structure that survived a massive hurricane. Lalaurie Mansion in New Orleans, once owned by a sadistic southern mistress, is home to some tragic spirits who perished within. Discover these and dozens more remarkable accounts in Haunted Houses.
Publisher: Edmonton : Ghost House Books, 2003
Branch Call Number: 133.12 THA 2003
Characteristics: 255 p. : ill