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  • Paperback: 255 pages
  • Publisher: New Page Books; First Edition edition (September 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1564147649
  • ISBN-13: 978-1564147646
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,352,602 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Jeff Belanger (jeffbelanger.com) is one of the world's most visible and prolific paranormal researchers. Since 1997, the former journalist has interviewed thousands of eyewitnesses to paranormal occurrences. He is the author of a dozen books on the paranormal; the founder of Ghostvillage.com the Web's most popular paranormal destination, according to Google, and a noted speaker and media personality.Belanger is the series writer and researcher for Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. He's been a guest on more than 200 radio and television programs including: The History Channel, The Travel Channel, PBS, The Maury Show, The CBS News Early Show, National Public Radio, The BBC, Australian Radio Network, and Coast to Coast AM. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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History, belief, and folklore combine to create paranormal legends that challenge what we know about how the universe works. But are these legends more than just stories? What can we learn about ourselves in exploring the unexplained? Meet Jeff Belanger, the ultimate paranormal insider.

There's a relationship between ghosts, UFOs, Bigfoot, strange monsters, ancient mysteries, and other bizarre phenomena. These concepts offer us a path to our past, a connection with our fellow human beings in our present, and a way to ponder our own inevitable future. Though no one can explain exactly how it all works, few can match Jeff's ability to bring the odd out of the fringe and into our living rooms and near our office water coolers.

Belanger's approach is fun and informative. He brings a lot of personality and knowledge to his work. He's the author of a dozen books that have been published in six languages, he's the writer and researcher for the Ghost Adventures show on the Travel Channel, the host of the widely popular Web and cable talk show 30 Odd Minutes, he's a sought-after lecturer who speaks at dozens of events per year for audiences big and small, and he's a recognized media personality appearing on over 200 radio and television programs worldwide including: The History Channel, The Travel Channel, PBS, Living TV (UK), The Maury Show, The CBS News Early Show, National Public Radio, The BBC, Australian Radio Network, Coast to Coast AM, and The 'X' Zone.

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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Phillips on June 29, 2005
Format: Paperback
First of all, it should be stated that this is not truly a book that covers the "World's Most Haunted Places" because there is only one story from continental Europe and none from Africa, Asia, or South America. Mostly, this is an account of some very haunted places in what could be termed the Anglo-Saxon world, in other words the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and the United States. Of course to do the extensive examination of each case that the author presents here and cover the entire world would require a tome of Biblical proportions or collection of many volumes. Maybe we can hope for the second possibility and can expect many more books from this very talented writer.

This is quite frankly one of the best ghost story books that I have come across in a very long time. The author has taken the time to do all of the three things that go into making a good book of this type. First he presents the history of the place where the haunting is located and does so accurately but without getting bogged down in detail. Therefore, the reader will learn something of the history of places like the Queen Mary, Big Nose Kate's Saloon or the White House but just enough to get a real feel for the place and not enough to make this into a history book. On top of this, Mr. Belanger has his facts straight and doesn't spout historical fallacies that are so glaring that the entire book's credibility is ruined.

Next, the author presents a clear and logical history of the haunt itself. He relates the story behind the ghost or ghosts in question by telling his readers the theories about whom the ghost might be. Sometimes there is more than one school of thought when it comes to this question and Belanger relates them all, letting the reader decide which theory best fits.
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61 of 67 people found the following review helpful By www.hauntedcolorado.net on August 27, 2004
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This book is SUPERB.

It is from the folks at ghostvillage.com.

Websites, phone numbers and great black and white photos of each haunted location are included.

Here are the haunted locations covered in this book:

Ch. 1- Ballygally Castle Hotel (Ballygally, Ireland)

Ch. 2- The RMS Queen Mary (Long Beach, California)

Ch. 3- The 1891 Castle Inn (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Ch. 4- Rose Hall Great House (Montego Bay, Jamaica)

Ch. 5- Hibbing High School (Hibbing, Minnesota)

Ch. 6- The Deane House (Calgary, Alberta)

Ch. 7- Imperial Casino Hotel (Cripple Creek, Colorado)

Ch. 8- The Catacombs Museum (Paris, France)

Ch. 9- Big Nose Kate's Saloon (Tombstone, AZ)

Ch. 10- Ordsall Hall (Salford, England)

Ch. 11- The White House (Washington, DC)

Ch. 12- The Alaskan Hotel (Juneau, Alaska)

Ch. 13- Monte Cristo Homestead (Junee, New South Wales)

Ch. 14- Mercy Brown, The Rhode Island Vampire (Exeter, Rhode

Island)

Ch. 15- Empress Theatre- (Fort Macleod, Alberta)

Ch. 16- Thornewood Castle (Lakewood, Washington)

Ch. 17- The Skirrid Mountain Inn (Llanvihangel Crucorney, Wales)

Ch. 18- Archer Avenue's Resurrection Mary (Chicago, Illinois)

Ch. 19- Billy Bishop Legion Hall (Vancouver, BC)

Ch. 20- South Bridge Underground Vaults (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Ch. 21- The Pirates' House (Savannah, Georgia)

Ch. 22- Boggo Road Gaol Museum (Brisbane, Queensland)

Ch. 23- Stone's Public House (Ashland, Massachusetts)

Ch. 24- Muncaster Castle (Ravenglass, England)

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Roberto Aberasturia Jr. on September 27, 2004
Format: Paperback
When I first picked up this book I was concerned that it was going to be another one of those "ghost hunters" who thinks they know everything about the afterlife and was going to preach it to me. I love reading about ghost stories, but I don't go in for a lot of that ghost hunting stuff. I was pleasantly surprised at how objective the reporting is in this book. Clearly the author did his homework. I learned something new about some places I

already knew were haunted, and I had no idea about many of the other places covered. It's amazing how similar a ghost encounter can be on opposite sides of the world. Highly recommended!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gregory DiFalco on August 27, 2004
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What makes this book better than most other "true ghost story" collections is that it offers a lot more history and background. The history sets the stage for the first-hand accounts of the many witnesses of ghosts from all over the world. The author clearly did his homework. The other great thing is that each chapter is its own story. I went to the White House chapter first because I had heard it was haunted but never knew why or who. My only complaint is that it seemed too short and didn't cover the Amityville House.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. L. Leffler on August 26, 2004
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There have been many books written of the same type. They don't hold a candle to this book. This book includes many obscure places that go outside the everyday constantly reported hauntings that you hear about. It also provides a very brilliantly colored painting in your mind of the location and all the details. It pulls you right into the haunting. This is the best read I have had in a very long time.
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