This book covers so much wonderful ground with notable places and interesting people.
I recommend it highly to curiosity seekers, scholars of the mysterious, adventurers of every stripe, and anyone looking for a great ride of a read.
I was going to just flip through it when it came but I ended up reading the entire book in one afternoon.
I bought the first one of these as a birthday present for someone notorious to buy for. Always the wrong size, the wrong color, the plain freaking wrong thing all together. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Just Pat
I first started to enjoy the "Weird" books back when they just started out as a magazine entitled "Weird NJ. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Genevieve Wronski
This is a perfect idea for a couple who likes to take day trips to explore places where they otherwise may not have traveled. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amy Lantz
Sounds like a good book - but especially considering the kind of book it is - wouldn't buy it without at least seeing one page. Does it have pictures? Read morePublished 10 months ago by JC Martell
A book about the ghosts, demons, and legends of my favorite state. A good read for spooky history buffs or someone who enjoys supernatural tales.Published 13 months ago by Dewey Greear
As a Kentuckian, the title grabbed my attention naturally. I practically had the book read in the bookstore and still had to have it. It's just that good. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert hatch
I have a nephew that lives in Kentucky and he just loved it. I will probably get him more in the future.Published 15 months ago by Lisa M Culley
I received Weird Kentucky a few years ago as an early Christmas gift. I had been lounging on my parents couch reading their copy of Weird Indiana and was so taken with it that my... Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by Chelsea S. Niehaus
This item got here just as advertised and right on time. I had read part of it at my brother's house and just had to have it!Published on March 25, 2012 by Doris G. Luber