Haunted Bisbee

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Once the world’s richest mining site, Bisbee is now one of the most haunted towns in America. From an entity that screams in anguish in Zacatecas Canyon to the glorious woman that floats through a wall in the School House Inn, spirits lurk around every corner. A firefighter still haunts his beloved Bisbee Fire Station No. 2, saving lives even after death, while a vengeful apparition keeps guard over his family plot at Evergreen Cemetery. Copper mining might have faded, but the memories of those drawn to Bisbee live on. Join Francine Powers, award-winning journalist, author and paranormal historian, as she uncovers the truth behind the old ghost stories of her beloved hometown.
ISBN: 9781467145619
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Arizona
Series: Haunted America
Images: 53
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Francine Powers is an Arizona Newspaper Foundation award-winning reporter. She was the owner-operator of Bisbee Historical Haunted Tours from 2013 to 2016. She’s a member of the MVD Ghostchasers from Mesa, Arizona, and is well-sought for her expertise. She was on Ghost Hunters and was the editor-in-chief of her online paranormal magazine, Spirits of Cochise County. She is a Bisbee native and author of Mi Reina: Don’t Be Afraid, the first ghost book of its kind in Bisbee, published in 2004.
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