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Ghosts of Mayflower: A Pennhurst Haunting Paperback – October 23, 2012
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THE FLORIDA TIMES UNION: Pennhurst, the Pennsylvania State School and Mental Asylum, was built in 1908. Social misfits, the psychologically disturbed and epileptics, including children, lived there -- some for their entire lives.
"Ghosts of Mayflower: A Pennhurst Haunting" is an informative, historical, page-turner. Tamera writes in a straightforward, easy-to-read style and comes across as credible and competent. She certainly gives readers something to think about, especially those who visit a haunted house, cemetery or other creepy locale.
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With a passion for writing, Award winning author Tamera Lawrence likes to entertain readers with edgy thrillers and mysteries. As a mother of six, Tamera draws on personal experiences to bring to life interesting characters set in today's complex world. She loves meeting fans and writes book reviews upon request.
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The author of this book worked during the Halloween season several nights a week for several weeks in the Mayflower building at Pennhurst. She saw, felt and heard things that she can't explain and she shares with the readers her excitement and fear. I felt as though I were right alongside her as she saw people scream and run out of the building after experiencing a jab from an invisible needle or watch a man shaped shadow float around the common room.
What I really loved was that the author did some research on Pennhurst when it was opened so she could share with her readers the unbelievable neglect and abuse of children that their whole lives in this environment. This made me realize that such extreme pain and emotion left behind something that isn't quite dead nor quite alive.
If you are an avid ghost enthusiast as I am I highly recommend this book.