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Ghosts of New Hampshire's Lakes Region (Haunted America) Paperback – September 24, 2010
"Roots" by Alex Haley
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Top Customer Reviews
So embarks this fun journey into the world of New Hampshire's Lakes Regions ghosts Katie and Beckah Boyd have unusual and entertaining perspectives into what not many of us get to see. This is not only a journey to ghosts sightings you will also enjoy stories of UFO sightings and a lake monster.
Well documented written in a very entertaining fashion. GHOSTS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE'S LAKE REGIONS is also a great tourist guide for anyone in the mood to visit the supernatural.
Page after page of old newspaper clippings about historical events can be interesting, but they are not what this book claimed to be by its title. And yes, as a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, I never considered Dover part of the Lakes Region either.
It seems from reading about the authors that they have a lot of experience in the world of the paranormal and that's what I wanted to read about. I just wish the book could have been more about the ghosts and less about the historical details presented directly from old newspaper articles.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had hoped that it would have more than just copies of old documentation. Although the documents were somewhat interesting, they amounted to just a lot of copied material.Published on December 28, 2013 by Dan
I read this book and was very disappointed that it fails almost completely to even be true to its title. Out of 112 pages (excluding Authors info, contents, intro etc. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by J. Newton
Safe to assume that the other reviewer possibly read the book in the dark, upside down, or perhaps just skimmed it? So negative! Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by Ellen MacNeil