The Ghostly Tales of Pittsburgh

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Ghost stories from America’s Steel City have never been so creepy, fun, and full of mystery! Pittsburgh’s haunted history and local legends come to life—even when the main players are dead. Find out if the ghostly entities at the Monongahela Incline actors or specters. Learn about the restless ghost of Henry Clay Frick lurking in his beloved Clayton. Discover that multiple Carnegie libraries are visited by the undead. Dive into this spooky chapter book for suspenseful tales of spirits and phantoms, bumps in the night, paranormal investigations, and the unexplained; just be sure to keep the light on.
ISBN: 9781467198042
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Children's Books
State: Pennsylvania
Series: Spooky America
Images: 23
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 7.625 (h)
Diane Telgen is a longtime author and editor of reference books, including Defining Moments: The Gilded Age, and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Growing up in the Midwest, she loved myths and legends about fantastical creatures but was equally fascinated by stories about life long ago. She loved combining both these interests—history and the supernatural—for the Spooky America series.
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