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Paranormal Provincetown: Legends and Lore of the Outer Cape Paperback – September 28, 2016
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"So, now we ghost-ridden New Englanders get to visit another haunted hotspot - the Provincetown neighborhood where, no surprise, there are haunted mansions, inns and maritime sites galore. There's even a phantom train that whoo hoos through the night, heading only the spirits know where. Baltrusis divides his book into sections of commercial, crime, nightlife, overnight, secret and Truro haunts. The book itself is dedicated to the "Lady of the Dunes," an unidentified auburn-haired female whose body was found in 1976 and who now lies beneath a headstone in St. Peter's Cemetery - at least during the day."
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People who have read all six of my historical-based ghost books and they seem to think "Paranormal Provincetown" is the most entertaining out of them all, even compared to my best-seller "Ghosts of Salem: Haunts of the Witch City."
It's a quick read, but packed with information that you can't find by doing a google search. Provincetown is such a small strip of land, so it's kind of shocking that such a small, picturesque town has so much ghost lore. But, I strongly believe it's equally as "haunted" as my home haunt Salem, which seems to be the Halloween capital of New England.
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Learn the creepy tale of the Lancy Mansion. Discover why the ghost of Grandma Lancy is still seen in the mansion after all these winters. Look up at the top floor windows. Who do you see?
Visit the mystical Jenny Lind Tower. A near riot overtook the old railway station back in the 1850’s when concert tickets were oversold. Jenny ascended the tower and sang to the crowd below. The tower was later dismantled and reconstructed in the Truro area. Does Jenny’s powerful soprano voice still soothe the listeners over the countryside?
Former Ghost Hunters investigator Adam Berry strongly endorses the tales in Paranormal Provincetown and has investigated many of the locations himself. He insists the Provincetown’s town hall is full of ghostly spirits. Visitors should be sure to check out the basement—the site of the town’s first jail. Does a ghost of a famous movie star still rattle the bars of the cell door?
Be sure and pack this book for your next trip to Cape Cod. Paranormal activity is around every corner!