Mysterious Georgia

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A plunge into Georgia history offers no shortage of bewilderment. UFOs, haunted bridges, ghost lights and monsters are just a smattering of the unexplained. At the Jekyll Island Club, a bellhop from the Roaring Twenties does his best to stay busy. A bright golden light hovers above the tracks of Macon and Brunswick Railroad, floating toward spectators before it just…turns off. From the obligatory mountain road ’Squatch sightings to Jimmy Carter’s eerie encounter in a stand of Leary pines, Sherman Carmichael leads adventurous readers on a quest through baffling Georgia legends.
ISBN: 9781467149266
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Georgia
Series: American Legends
Images: 40
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Sherman Carmichael has been dabbling into things that are best left alone since he was seventeen, like ghosts, UFOs, monsters and other strange and unusual things. He has seen, heard and felt things that defy explanation. Carmichael’s many books have centered on ghosts and the strange and unusual, hovering objects and strange lights in the sky. Carmichael has traveled throughout the United States visiting haunted locations, including Roswell, New Mexico. He has also traveled to Mexico and Central America researching Mayan ruins. Carmichael worked as a journalist for many years, thirty years as a photographer, thirty years in law enforcement and twelve years in the movie entertainment business.
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