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Body, Mind & Spirit Supernatural

Haunted Cemeteries

True Tales From Beyond the Grave

by (author) Edrick Thay

Lone Pine Publishing
Initial publish date
Jul 2004
Supernatural, Folklore & Mythology
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jul 2004
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Cemeteries are places of quiet repose where the dead are left to their eternal rest. But some spirits refuse to rest in peace. Join Edrick Thay as he explores some of the world's most notoriously haunted graveyards, both past and present, and interviews ghost hunters to discover how these eerie sites become charged with paranormal energy.

plagued by nightmares, a mother has her daughter exumed from Mount Carmel Cemetery in Chicago, only to make a shocking discovery

paranormal researchers encounter spirits of wounded soldiers in Ontario's Drummond Hill Cemetery, once the site of bloody conflagration

when an archaeologist discovers a sealed tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, he awakens a terrifying ancient curse

at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, ghosts of celebrities from another era float among the decrepit tombstones

Anomalous Luminous Phenomena, or mysterious lights that defy explanation, illuminate Silver Cliff Cemetery in Colorado

Ohio ghosthunters descend on Camp Chase Cemetery in Columbus, hoping to come across the captivating Lady in Gray

a high school girl, fascinated with the paranormal, encounters a particularly irritable ghost at Bachelor's Grove in Chicago

in Salem, Massachusetts, site of the infamous witch trails, a ghost materializes, still mourning his inhuman death

About the author

Diana French was raised on Quadra Island. In 1951 she followed the road west to teach in a one-room school in Chezacut, a community of three ranches twenty miles off the Chilcotin Road. She then married Rob French, the son of Chilcotin pioneers. In 1970 the Frenches settled in Williams Lake and Diana worked as a reporter and later an editor of the Tribune. She is currently on the board of the Open Learning Agency, and is curator of the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin. (Harbour Publishing)

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