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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Horror
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Ghosts Revisited
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:94
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098377601

Ghosts Revisited 2

by William P. Robertson

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Overview
"Ghosts Revisited 2" contains 28 more haunted tales from Pennsylvania and New York State and serves as a perfect guide for ghost hunters and enthusiasts of the supernatural. Photos of each scary site are included along with many firsthand accounts of the hauntings. Haunted houses, colleges, inns, cemeteries, theatres, state parks, schools, resorts, and museums are researched and explored by the author, William P. Robertson. Yes, the "2" in the title "Ghosts Revisited" isn't there by accident. Twice as many scares are waiting in the pages inside!
Description

In "Ghosts Revisited 2" William P. Robertson explores 28 more spooky sites in New York State and Pennsylvania. The book begins by investigating St. Bonaventure University where a Black Mass went bad. Equally eerie, a headless horseman reputedly gallops from the mist of Hollenbeck Cemetery while children's ghosts romp through Hencoop Graveyard. The Eagle Hotel in Waterford, PA is home to the vexed maid, Matilda, who in a fit of rage, set fire to the historic structure. Then, there's Cowles Hall at Elmira College that's said to have a good side and a very evil one. Skiers dressed in '70s garb still frequent the now defunct Wing Hollow Resort that's also haunted by the spirits of two workers brutally murdered there during a midnight robbery. Ghostly activity at the Lucille Ball Little Theatre is no laughing matter, either. Yes, the "2" in the title "Ghosts Revisited" isn't there by accident. Twice as many scares are waiting in the pages inside!

About the author
William P. Robertson was born in Bradford, Pennsylvania in 1950. After graduating with honors from Mansfield University, he began writing horror as a release from Sunlight Deprivation Syndrome that plagues him each winter. He soon created his own brand of Gothic horror that has been published in magazines worldwide. In his spare time, Bill enjoys trout fishing and taking spooky photos of the desolate region where he lives.
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