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- Print Length: 115 pages
- Publisher: The History Press (September 11, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XQZBSWA
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,478 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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About the Author
of Haunted Natchez Trace, Haunted Mississippi Gulf Coast, Haunted Baton
Rouge and Ozarks Ghosts and Hauntings (the first book in a new series titled America's Ghosts), devotes his time to writing, paranormal investigations and historical
research into potentially haunted sites.
Currently the investigation manager for The Ozarks Paranormal Society
(TOPS), based in southwest Missouri, Bud assisted TOPS with the investigation
of the Wilson's Creek National Battlefield and the historic Ray House. The
investigation was filmed by the Travel Channel for its series Legends of the Ozarks
and produced startling evidence of hauntings at Wilson's Creek.
Bud has spent much of his time traveling, including living in Germany
and France, as well as touring most of Europe while in the army. He has also
lived in nine different states since leaving his home in Ohio in 1979. Bud
currently lives near Springfield, Missouri, with his wife, Jennifer, and their
four children: David, Sean, Ciara Jo and Kerra.
Bud is available for events, book signings and speaking engagements and
can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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Here are some of my favorite stories:
~ Introduction: always a must read for the Haunted America series. These pages offer the read a brief history of the area where many of these supernatural going-ons have occurred.
~ Waveland: The Pirate House - a local meeting place for early coastal pirates. Destroyed by Hurricane Camille, the lot where the dwelling once stood is said to have sighting of long-ago buccaneers still coming to these sandy shores.
~ Bay St. Louis: Cedar Rest Cemetery - strange orb-lights are said to roam between the headstones at night and a very real specter with heavy sideburns has been sighted wondering around the graves.
~ Pass Christian: Pass Packing Plant - a phantom shrimp picker is said to return to work from time to time. The Richelieu Apartments - a hurricane party with a tragic end.
~ Long Beach: The Model T: a tragic tale of a well-to-do young man's drive up and down the beach coast the rubbed certain working class people the wrong way.
~ Gulfport: Grasslawn - a classic antebellum home that has been rebuilt from devastating weather and it's tale with sightings of an early 20th century man, strolling the grounds persisting today.
~ Biloxi: The Lighthouse - a famously photographed sight and one man's tragic last view of the gulf. Many people over the years have reported seeing hise shadow , hanging from the top rails. Beavoir - Jefferson Davis's last home: many say to have seen him, reading under a tree on the grounds.
~ Ocean Springs: The East Beach - a ghostly runner, who still trails her route. No one knows who she is, only that she is very polite.
~ Gautier: The Old Place - a home built in 1867, the spirits of a man and woman are seen to be strolling the grounds arm-in-arm.
~ Pascagoula: Longfellow House, a ghostly haunt that has remained a private residence since its early days with many an interesting and cruel owner through out the years.
~ The Barrier Islands: Caprice Island - a 3 1/2 mile by 400 yards wide span of land in the gulf, that has a habit of vanishing and reappearing every few years. It was used during Prohibition for parties and beach cabanas. A 1930's hurricane wiped out the rebel-rousers, leaving the echos of their good times to the winds.
Whether you live on the Gulf coast or are just visiting, this book has many great stories and all are very well told. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone!