New Book on the Shelves

September 30, 2010 on 10:52 am | In Article | No Comments

New on the SWCL shelves is “Haunted Heritage” by Michael Norman & Beth Scott

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“It’s a road map to the Other Side. Take a left at the cemetery.  Go down Highway 666 until you hit a dead end.

Any you’re there.  Haunted America.”

-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Heralded across the country in publications ranging from the New Your Times Book Review and the Baltimore Sun and the Denver Post, and magazines as diverse as Chicago and Library Journal, the Haunted America series has attracted widespread acclaim.  Haunted Heritage continues this terrifying journey through the highways and byways of North America.

Haunted Heritage recounts Michael Norman and Beth Scott’s unearthly explorations of supernatural fokelore that has been passed on by word of mouth and preserved by memory.

Drawing on eyewitness testimony, newly rediscovered ancient archives, overheard tales, and actual paranormal visitations, the authors have compiled an astounding collection of American ghost stories.  From its spine-tingling survey of university ghosts to an overview of eerie spectral lights, from tales of renegade revolutionary spirits in New England to beyond-the-grave hauntings in the Badlands, Haunted Heritage is the definitive ghost-story collection for all of North America.

Its chilling tales will not be easily forgotten.

To check out this book or find more like it, please stop by or call your local library.

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