Ghosts of Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Plymouth is known worldwide as "America's Hometown," landing place of the Pilgrims in 1620 and home of the first Thanksgiving, but the real story of the town is a tale of grim beginnings. A ghostly Victorian couple is known to wander Burial Hill, plague, desperation, massacre, murder and fear loom. A shocking crime on Leyden Street, one of the oldest streets in America, still haunts the area. The crew of the brigantine General Arnold, trapped offshore during an icy eighteenth-century blizzard, are suspected to haunt not one but three locations. Author Darcy H. Lee exposes the haunting acts that lie beneath Plymouth's cherished history.
ISBN: 9781625858788
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Massachusetts
Series: Haunted America
Images: 34
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
As a child, Darcy H. Lee developed what became a lifelong curiosity about the paranormal and made it her hobby to collect ghost-story books on her travels throughout the world. A nonprofit executive by trade, Lee specializes in fundraising and development and has raised millions of dollars to benefit charities and the communites they serve. She has a BA in history from Marymount College at Fordham University and lives in southeastern Massachusetts. This is her second book.