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Coast To Coast Ghosts: True Stories of Hauntings Across America Paperback – August 7, 2001
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Leslie Rule is a professional photographer and author of Whispers from the Grave and Kill Me Again. The daughter of best-selling true-crime author Ann Rule, she grew up in a haunted house overlooking Puget Sound. She now lives in Seattle.
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With that being said, one of the two more notable stories that quickly come to mind is that of Captain Tony's Saloon in Key West Florida. It is not only built on top of a visible young woman's tombstone who was murdered by her secret lover after becoming pregnant with his child but it is also built around an alleged hanging tree that has left behind one of its victims. She supposedly haunts the place now and is known there as the "Blue Lady". Then there's the horrific documented telling of the Eastland ship that capsized under Chicago's Clark Street Bridge. In 1915 many employees and their families of The Western Electric Company were on their way to a picnic in Michigan when, instead, hundreds of people lost their lives. Shrieks can reportedly still be heard from those who drowned in the river on that fateful day.
I also enjoyed the more familiar stories about The Alamo, Myrtles Plantation, The Queen Mary, and my personal favorite, The Whaley House in San Diego which I hope to visit someday. There are many different types of stories featured in Leslie's book with sightings ranging from several various locations across America but it is hardly anything scary that will keep you up at night. She's obviously done her research and has a great respect and understanding of the dearly deceased.