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Ghostly Encounters: True Stories of America's Haunted Inns and Hotels Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
history, description of the establishment, sightings, dining and address w/ phone # and email.
I've never been to any of the establishments. Some look kind of pricey. I sometimes go to the establishments website for info & rates. Being skeptical, I wonder if there is an actual ghost(s) or is it a "come on".
The book is an enjoyable read.
There are some historical errors in this book that I hope will be corrected if there are any further printings. The author has a real problem with dates, especially those pertaining to the Civil War and these errors are grievous enough to cost the book a star. Having visited these places she writes about, her facts should have been more accurate.
Beyond the errors though this is one of the best ghost books I have read in quite some time. Kermeen's writing style is very good, especially for what I assume is her first book. Her stories are not old legends but are current and ongoing haunts and she gets the stories from living eyewitnesses. Written as part travel guide and part ghost story book, each chapter ends with a description of the Inn along with the address, phone number, email, and if applicable the web site of the property. There is also a section that tells the reader which rooms to stay in to be most likely to have a ghostly experience. There is also a section called, "Don't Miss" which includes some highlights of the town and especially the ghost tours that may be offered.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great book by Francis kermeen A lot of great information on places to stay if you like haunts. Thoroughly enjoy it!Published 7 months ago by Skl
I really liked this book. It has a lot of great stories in it.Published 12 months ago by Julie Wade
It is definitly a page turner. I love ghost stories. It has ghost from all over and actual places you can visit and possibly experience your own story.Published on January 28, 2013 by Dorothy Miller
Again the stories are interesting but they are short. Its good recounting of ghostly activity. The places are clearly noted for those traveling ghost busters. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Bookjungle
If you're looking for a good guide for haunted places to stay then this is the book for you.Published on March 28, 2010 by Robin R. Hatcher