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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Horror
  • Language:English
  • Pages:72
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098333812

Ghosts Revisited

by William P. Robertson

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"Ghosts Revisited" contains 32 haunted tales from Pennsylvania and Western New York. A combination of history and horror, the book is the perfect field guide for ghost hunters and enthusiasts of the supernatural. Photos of each scary site are included along with many firsthand accounts of the hauntings.
"Ghosts Revisited" exhumes 32 chilling tales from the crypts of Pennsylvania and Western New York. Who knew that Erie Cemetery housed a vampire, or that High Hat, the Seneca Bogeyman, roams Allegany State Park to quench his cannibalistic urges? Hell hounds frequent Goodleburg Graveyard while Hotel Conneaut is home to the specter bride Elizabeth who burned to death on her honeymoon. Scarier yet, is the serial killer whose ghost resides at the Bergen House near Rochester, New York. That was where he slaughtered children and fed them to the pigs. Historic sites such as the Devil's Den at Gettysburg, the Dunkirk Lighthouse, and Eastern State Penitentiary have their share of phantoms, as well. Add in a haunted hospital, a derelict poorhouse, and a rat-infested factory, and this book becomes truly spooktacular!
About the author
William P. Robertson was born in Bradford, Pennsylvania in 1950. After graduating with honors from Mansfield University in 1972, he began writing horror as a release from Sunlight Deprivation Syndrome that plagues him each winter. He soon created his own brand of Gothic terror that has been published in magazines worldwide. In his spare time, Bill enjoys fishing for trout, following the Pittsburgh Pirates, and taking spooky photos of the desolate region where he lives. According to Robertson, "It was my Swedish grandmother, Bernadine, who first got me interested in ghosts. She was a great storyteller!" To learn more about the author's work, visit http://www.thehorrorhaven.com.