Haunted Buffalo: Ghosts in the Queen City

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For all ages, explore Buffalo New York's spooky side with true stories and ghostly tales of the city's spooks and spirits. Everyone can go on a haunted adventure of a lifetime in Buffalo, New York in this comprehensive guide to some of Buffalo's spookiest sites. Avid ghost hunter and paranormal investigator Dwayne Claud and researcher Cassidy O'Connor entertain readers with stories of the city's most acclaimed spooks and spirits, such as Tanya, the five-year-old that can be spotted bouncing on guest beds at the Grand Island Holiday Inn. The book includes twisted tales from the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, as well as stories of roaming spirits at Frontier House - a hotel frequented by figures such as Mark Twain and President McKinley. This gripping collection of ghostly tales is sure to thrill anyone fascinated by the unknown.
ISBN: 9781596297753
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New York
Series: Haunted America
Images: 39
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Dwayne Claud is the director of Western New York Paranormal and can often be seen giving lectures on haunting and demonology. He has consulted for NBC News Nightline, and appeared on the Maury Show and national radio's Jeff Rense Program, along with a variety of other local and regional media. He has a BA in Communications from SUNY at Geneseo and currently owns and operates a wellness center working personally as a hypnotist. Cassidy O'Connor's interest and passion lies in the area of historical research. She has worked with several regional historical societies independently researching historical sites, artefacts, and individuals. She uses these skills to correlate reported ghost stories with oral and written local history to validate the possibility of their existence. Some of her research has allowed her to discover the once lost location of Harmonia, one of New York State's Spiritualist settlements.
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