Legends & Lore Along California's Highway 395

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Stretching from Victorville to Carson City, Highway 395 offers a snapshot of California’s diverse landscapes and oddities. Tales of skinwalkers and Sasquatch sightings flourish among the bones of ghost towns, and stories of the elusive Lone Pine Mountain Devil ignite the curiosity. Far from fiction, the Sierra Phantom lived among the hills for fifty years, and mountaineer Norman Clyde used his skills to find lost hikers and climbers. Rumors of the Lost Cement Mine, with a rich vein of gold, lure people in, and the Tuttle Creek Ashram, built high above Lone Pine, offers peace. Author Brian Clune explores the strange and fascinating side of the majestic mountains and lonely deserts along US 395.
ISBN: 9781467151061
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: California
Series: American Legends
Images: 76
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
A historian for Planet Paranormal and The Full Spectrum Project, Brian travels California, researching haunted hot spots. He has been involved with many TV shows and was in a companion documentary for the movie Paranormal Asylum. He gives lectures and has appeared on numerous radio programs. Clune is also the cohost for the radio program The Full Spectrum Project. He lives in Southern California with his loving wife, Terri; his three wonderful children; and, of course, Wandering Wyatt.
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