Haunted Cochise County

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Some of the most notorious characters in American history once called Cochise County home. From the well-known shootout at the OK Corral to the Greenway Manor, southeastern Arizona is haunted by the shades of its violent past. Go beyond the tales of the restless spirits buried at Boothill and discover an abandoned train tunnel plagued by a tragic death. In Douglas, the ghost of young Mabel haunts the halls of the Avenue Hotel, hoping that someone will solve her murder, while the spirit of a Bisbee fireman still works tirelessly to save lives. Join author and paranormal historian Francine Powers as she uncovers the stories behind the hauntings, banshees and apparitions of Cochise County.
ISBN: 9781467151894
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Arizona
Series: Haunted America
Images: 75
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Francine Powers is an Arizona Newspaper Foundation award-winning reporter and a member of the Cochise County Historical Society. She has appeared on Ghost Hunters and the Tucson Morning Blend television show, among others. She previously ran Bisbee Haunted Historical tours and served as editor-in-chief of the online paranormal magazine Spirits of Cochise County. She is a Bisbee and Cochise County native and the author of Mi Reina: Don’t Be Afraid, Haunted Bisbee and Ghostly Tales of Bisbee.
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