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Southern Spirit Guide's Haunted Alabama: A Gazetteer to Ghostlore, Legends, and Haunted Places in the Heart of Dixie Paperback – April 3, 2017
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About the Author
A writer and researcher on the ghost stories and lore of the American South, Lewis Powell is the creator of Southern Spirit Guide Blog and now the author of Southern Spirit Guide's Haunted Alabama. He was intrigued by hearing ghost stories from a young age and began building a library of "ghost books." His passion had led him to research and write about a wide array of haunted places through his blog.
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Top Customer Reviews
Besides this story, there are many stories about haunted theatres, libraries, cemeteries, battlefields (of course, it is the South and the Civil War was fought here as much as elsewhere in the South!), a furnace, hotels, roads, bridges, bed and breakfasts, homes, bookstores, colleges and schools, and many other places. Alabama is undead and kicking, with plenty of ghosts. The only disappointment I had with the book is this is more a reciting of stories and legends told. Maybe Mr. Powell’s next book will have him visiting the places and letting us hear what he experienced and what his thoughts would be on the matter.
For the paranormal investigator looking for spots and legends to investigate (with permission, something Mr. Powell does stress) or people who love to read ghosts stories, and then plan to explore the places, or maybe they just plan to visit spooky Alabama from an armchair, this is the book for you. What are you waiting for? The dead are waiting to welcome you to an Alabama most tourists never see.