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This region is full of the macabre, the grim, and the ghastly—and all of it is worth visiting, for the traveler who dares! Author J. W. Ocker supplements directions and site information with entertaining personal anecdotes.
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Struggling to cope with a new stepfamily and the impending death of her terminally ill cousin, Haley sees strange things happening around her after she starts a project on Mercy Brown, an ancestor who was rumored to be a vampire during the ...
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
. . Thomas D’Agostino details the longstanding belief among New Englanders that supernatural entities were responsible for the disease called consumption.”—Crime Capsule Includes photos!
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
In America’s Most Haunted, “Haunted Housewife” investigator Theresa Argie and journalist Eric Olsen team up to take you on a first-person tour of some of America’s most active paranormal hotspots.
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
This Wesleyan paperback edition includes an extensive preface by the author unveiling some of the new cases he's learned about since Food for the Dead was first published in 2001.
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
Discover the bewitching, classic children's novel The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, featuring spellbinding illustrations from Chris Riddell WINNER of the 2010 CILIP CARNEGIE MEDAL and the 2009 JOHN NEWBERY MEDAL 'Every page is crowded with ...
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
Travis is perfection: a bowl of sugar balanced in a set of long, naughty, guitar-playing fingers.”—Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling authors of the Beautiful series Includes an exclusive preview of the next Hub City Romance ...
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
Includes a preview of the first book in the Hub City Romance series, Loud Is How I Love You. “Nobody writes rock and roll like Mercy Brown.
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
Vampire . . . the word immediately conjures up bloodstained fangs, an aversion to sunlight, bats, garlic, and wooden stakes.
Mercy Brown cemetery from books.google.com
And don't venture too close to the colonial era cemetery in Leicester, Massachusetts, for as the story goes, the only way out is through Hell.