The Ghostly Tales of the Haunted Southwest

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Ghost stories from the Southwestern United States have never been so creepy, fun, and full of mystery! The haunted history of the Southwest comes to life—even when the main players are dead. Visit Fort Huachuca to catch a glimpse of the ghosts of Buffalo Soldiers. Or spend the night at the Museum of Colorado Prisons in Canon City, but don’t count on getting much sleep while surrounded by restless spirits. Dive into this spooky chapter book for suspenseful tales of bumps in the night, paranormal investigations, and the unexplained; just be sure to keep the light on.
ISBN: 9781467198615
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Children's Books
Series: Spooky America
Images: 50
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 7.63 (h)
Dr. Alan Brown is an award-winning professor of English at the University of West Alabama. He has a deep interest in Southern folklore, especially Southern ghostlore and African-American culture and music and has written over thirty books. When Dr. Brown is not teaching or writing, he enjoys reading thrillers and watching movies. He also does a little ghost hunting on the side. His favorite activities, however, include traveling to haunted places with his wife, Marilyn, and playing with his two grandsons, Cade and Owen.
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