A Guide to Haunted New England: Tales from Mount Washington to the Newport Cliffs

· Arcadia Publishing

About this ebook

“Fun, charming . . . includes not only locales with reported ghosts, but also sites with macabre (though not haunted) histories” (True Crime Librarian).
Visitors and New England natives alike will see a new side of the region through Thomas D’Agostino’s road trip guidebook. He captures the reader’s imagination with folklore and anecdotes, plus recommendations useful for any traveler. This guide uncovers lingering spirits across all six states in the region, from the victims of alchemy gone awry in the White Mountains, to wraiths in the Berkshires, to the ghosts of drowned sailors in Mystic, Connecticut. Enjoy these retellings of classic New England ghost stories and discover obscure ones, and then go visit the spooky sights for yourself.
Includes photos!
“Anyone interested in exploring the haunted, macabre and abandoned throughout New England knows they can count on D’Agostino to find out more about the site’s history, past sightings and how to find them.” —Mobile Rving

About the author

Thomas D’Agostino has been extensively studying and investigating paranormal accounts for over twenty-seven years. Creator of several books with his wife, Arlene Nicholson, together they have penned and captured on film the best haunts and history New England has to offer. The duo co-organized the Paranormal United Research Society, a coalition that includes some of the best paranormal researchers in New England and beyond. Tom has also written accounts of haunted places throughout New England for the International Ghost Hunters Society, HauntedPlaces.com, Shadowlands.com, and Ghosttowns.com.

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