Haunted Prescott

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When Arizona was created as a U.S. territory in 1864, Prescott became its first capital. Accompanying the city's rich history is an equally dramatic heritage of supernatural manifestations. Visitors report a strange chill in the Palace Restaurant and taps on the shoulder at the Smoki Museum. Lingering spirits crowd famed hotels like the Vendome and the Hassayampa Inn, as well as theaters such as the Elks Opera House and Prescott Center for the Arts. Learn the secrets of Prescott's cemeteries and the truth about the hangings on the Courthouse Plaza as Darlene Wilson and Parker Anderson lead an excursion through the haunted sites of Arizona's mile-high city.
ISBN: 9781467141222
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Arizona
Series: Haunted America
Images: 63
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Parker Anderson is an Arizona native and a recognized historian in Prescott. He has authored the books Elks Opera House, Cemeteries of Yavapai County, Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery and Wicked Prescott for Arcadia Publishing/The History Press. He has also authored a number of Arizona history plays for Blue Rose Theater. Darlene Wilson has been involved in the paranormal world for more than forty years. She has worked with the police in Colorado on several cases before experiencing her own ghostly encounter at the Stanley Hotel in 1989. She is owner and tour guide for A Haunting Experience Tours and organizer of the Prescott Paranormal Expo.
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