Haunted Sumter County, Florida

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Overview
Sumter County’s serene beauty is cloaked by mystery—a Seminole sage’s timeless spell, a lurking swamp monster, a family’s spirited legacy and the ghostly cries of brokenhearted souls. Floridian bad boys, mobsters and bank robbers line the pages of Sumter County’s criminal past. Murder, mayhem and mystery are embedded in our cultural timeline, from the indigenous eradication to the present-day retirement utopia. Step into the paranormal possibilities swirling inside the historic Baker House in Wildwood. Sense the residual energy that sways from Sumter County’s courthouse front steps. Feel the county’s macabre history come alive as Deborah Carr Hollingsworth churns up chilling tales from our mysterious past.
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ISBN: 9781467144209
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Florida
Series: Haunted America
Images: 40
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Gifted from birth as a spiritual medium and mystic, writer and paranormal investigator Deborah Carr Hollingsworth followed her intuition and heart and now resides deep in the heartland of Florida. She combines her past travel businesses, supernatural experiences and her psychic abilities to find alternate ways to uncover and discover history and haunts. Prior to her move to Florida, she owned and operated a midwestern historical entertainment company and provided metaphysical workshops, classes, ghost tours and investigations, as well as private psychic readings. Previously, The History Press/Arcadia Publishing released her book Haunted Bloomington-Normal, Illinois in 2016. She also channeled and portrayed notable women such as Mary Lincoln and Helen Keller, national and internationally. Deborah’s fascination with living history and the spirited dead continues as she explores the backroads and counties in sunny Florida. Her psychic private practice is limited to exclusive personal readings and teaching. Her medium abilities are unleashed supernaturally as she explores all possibilities of bringing and keeping history and haunts alive. Settled now in the Sunshine State of Florida with her husband, Larry; dad, Gary Carr; and rescue beagle, Maggie Mae, she continues to enjoy her passionate life on a lake in Fruitland Park.
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