Tuesday, November 22, 2016

A Ghost Hunters Guide to the Most Haunted Historic Sites in America Review

A Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Most Haunted Historic Sites in America

By Terrance Zepke

The most important events in American history happened at these historic sites, which include the Alamo, Alcatraz, and Gettysburg Battlefield. We're talking bloody battles, murders, suicides, political clashes, and so much more. So is it any wonder these are among the most haunted places in our great nation? 

Discover the eerie reason why Hart Island has been dubbed THE ISLAND OF THE DEAD. 

Learn about all the ghosts who haunt the White House, including one of the most famous presidents of all time.

Find out why GHOST HUNTERS of SyFy Channel have included the Battleship North Carolina on their all-time spookiest investigations list. Hint: It was a close encounter of the scariest kind!

Learn about the trio of ghosts who haunt Wrigley Field and the crazy Curse of Billy Goat. 

Discover what creepy connection the Hollywood Sign, Empire State Building, and Golden Gate Bridge share and what you need to know if you plan to visit any of these places. 

Learn the best way to explore Mammoth Cave, which is the largest cave system in the world. So you need to know where to go to have the greatest chance of a ghostly encounter. Hint: Two of the best places are the Devil's Looking Glass and Mummy Ledge. But even if you don't plan to visit, you will enjoy reading about the history and hauntings at Mammoth Cave. 

...and much more! 

Each chapter is laid out in an easy-to-easy format, which includes a fascinating history and reveals all paranormal activity. The book contains numerous black and white photographs, many fun facts, and helpful visitor information, including accessibility and tour options.

MY REVIEW OF The Most Haunted Historic Sites

This is a great read for any history buff, but especially if they like the paranormal. Included in the book is fifteen different sites with historic value that have been dubbed as haunted. Each one has documented witness sightings. Some you will probably be familiar with, but others not so much.

I think reading this type of phenomenon is fascinating. Ms. Zepke knows her stuff. This is the fifth book of hers that I have read on the topic of hauntings, and I have loved each one. She breaks each location down into its history and the unusual occurrences, and then the story behind the hauntings.

It’s understandable how many of these sites have multiple spirits haunting them. Places like Hart Island, Gettysburg, and the Alamo had so many tragic and horrific deaths that they couldn’t help but leave imprints. I think it would be so awesome to catch a glimpse of President Abraham Lincoln walking through the White House as has been reported on numerous occasions. I also didn’t realize that a suicide occurs on average every two weeks on the Golden Gate Bridge. There’s no wonder that it is haunted. Thanks to Ms. Zepke my fascination with the paranormal continues to grow.

**The above opinions are 100% my own, whether I purchased the book or it was given to me to review.

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