California's Haunted Route 66

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From the stark beauty of the Mojave Desert to the haunted Santa Monica Pier, California’s Route 66 is the guideline for a truly spirited road trip. The road is lined with ghost towns such as Ludlow, a town that lived and died twice, and Goffs, now a dusty museum where the shades of the past walk the streets. In Barstow, a hundred-year-old rail station hosts long-dead passengers still waiting for their trains, and in Monrovia, the Aztec Hotel entertains spirits from a bygone era, as does the Pasadena Playhouse, the official state theater of California. Join author and paranormal historian Brian Clune as he explores the haunted history of the mother road.
ISBN: 9781467152426
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: California
Series: Haunted America
Images: 77
Pages: 160
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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