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***Each book is full of haunted places you can actually visit complete with lots of photos. These are not private ghost stories you can only read about with no chance of ever experiencing the place for yourself. Our goal is to share as many of the places we have visited with everyone so that you too can see the "other side" of New England.
Haunted Rhode Island-Illustrated with over 60 photos, here are tales of Rhode Island hauntings, vampires, mysterious cairns, wailing brooks, and floating coffins. Haunted locations from throughout the state are included. Ghostly sailors prowl lonely docks, ambushed soldiers of centuries past wail, and a mysterious man in gray walks among tombstones. These are tales sure to chill you in the dead of night! Complete with directions. 160 pages, 61 photos. $12.95
Haunted New Hampshire-New Hampshire is a state rich with history-some of it haunted. Explore the tales of ghosts and haunts in towns such as Alton, Dover, Franconia, Litchfield, Nashua, Portsmouth, and West Chesterfield that will leave your senses tingling with adventure. Get the shivers that will keep you chilled as you explore the ghostly side of New Hampshire. Complete with directions. 174 pages, 55 photos. $14.95
Haunted Massachusetts-Massachusetts, the birthplace of America, is home to some of the most fascinating haunts in the world. Forty-one towns and cities hold legends and mysteries that stretch beyond the imagination into the chilling realm of the macabre. Colonial ghosts watch ancient inns in Concord and Charlemont. A railroad tunnel under the Mohawk Trail is doomed by spirits of those who perished while digging it. And the unearthly shrieks of a banshee in Marblehead chills the very marrow of those who must endure its curse. Directions included. 160 pages, 50 photos. $12.95
Pirate Ghosts and Phantom Ships-Ghosts of pirates, centuries dead, still roam New England's coast and the towns they terrorized in life. Great ships rise from the bottom of the sea eternally searching for home shores. Read the stories of Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, Anne Bonney, Black Bellamy, The Dash, The Alcie Marr and more. Creepy tales that will keep you wanting more. 188 pages, 21 photos. $14.95
Abandoned Villages and Ghost Towns of New England-Abandoned villages hold mysteries that only ghosts can reveal. Read accounts forgotten places, such as flooded Flagstaff, Maine, that contains the spirits of former residents still clinging to homes now nothing more than foundations or cellar holes. Visit lost cities and small villages now overrun by nature and in many cases ghosts that once roamed the land in mortal flesh. Complete with directions. 190 pages, 44 photos. $14.99
A Guide to Haunted New England-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 long-dead sailors who haunt the decks of America's last whaling ship in Mystic. A great travel guide for those who want to explore some of New England's most haunted towns and cities. 160 pages, 57 photos. $14.99
Haunted Vermont-Vermont is rich with ghost stories and legends including tales of frozen citizens, ghost ships, weird creatures lurking in the forests, and strange organ sounds emanating from beyond. From Brattleboro to Burlington and beyond, there is more than just everyday roaming ghosts. Read about unique wanderers from the other side as they send a chill up your spine and make your hair stand on end. Or perhaps you will want to visit the Green Mountain State in search of why so many have remained in this beautiful yet mysterious region so long after their mortal tenure on earth. Turn-by-turn directions will take you right to the haunted location. Either way, you will enjoy the journey through Haunted Vermont—whether in person or just from your favorite armchair.’ 160 pages, 45 Color photos. $19.99
Connecticut Ghost Stories and Legends-The emerald sheen illuminating the Sabbatarian burying ground, Eightmile River's misty figures that emerge at the Devil's Hopyard and flying demon skeletons on Charles Island--these bizarre haunts are uniquely Connecticut. In the ghostly lore of the state, the ambient ramblings of the Leather Man still ring out in the caves of Watertown's forests, and the former residents of the Hale Homestead continue to roam the attic at night. Join authors and Paranormal United Research Society founders Thomas D'Agostino and his wife, Arlene Nicholson, as they recount bone-chilling mysteries from Putnam, Canton, New London and many more shadowy corners of the Nutmeg State. 142 pages, 34 photos. $14.99
A History of Vampires in New England-New England is rich in history and mystery. Numerous sleepy little towns and farming communities distinguish the region's scenic tranquility. But not long ago, New Englanders lived in fear of spectral ghouls believed to rise from their graves and visit family members in the night to suck their lives away. Although the word "vampire" was never spoken, scores of families disinterred loved ones during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries searching for telltale signs that one of them might be what is now referred to as the New England vampire. Complete with actual newspaper and town record documentation. 142 pages, 30 photos. $16.99
Legends, Folklore and Secrets of New England-New England's history is marked with witch executions, curses and an untold number of cemeteries hiding mysteries beneath their stones. In this sometimes harsh landscape, the truth is often stranger than fiction. Examine the footprints burned into the ledge of Devils Foot Rock in Rhode Island. Spend a night at the Kennebunk Inn in Maine, where the mischievous specter of Silas Perkins still resides. Traverse an old dirt road near Sterling, Connecticut, where the Darn Mans frozen body was uncovered in 1863. Authors Thomas D'Agostino and Arlene Nicholson uncover the history behind the regions best-kept secrets and lore. As you flip through these pages of New England's legends, tread lightly, you just might find a story that will follow you home. 157 pages, 45 photos. $16.99
Rhode Island's Haunted Ramtail Factory-On May 19, 1822, 35 year-old Peleg Walker was found dead inside Foster's "Ramtail" Factory. Shortly after, the small village and mill became haunted by his ghost. To this day, Walker still roams among the ruins of what was once a promising business venture and is now labelled as Rhode Island's official haunt. Was it suicide or something more sinister? Whatever the case, there are more than one ghost at Ramtail. Read about the factory and those who have witnessed the ghostly lantern, ethereal tolling of the bell and the figures of the ghosts of Ramtail. 112 pages, Over 40 photos. $19.99
Ghosts Of The Blackstone Valley-The Blackstone Valley is alive with the echoes of souls that roam the old mills, homes, social clubs and land they once inhabited. Visit a haunted monument in Cumberland, where nine colonists slain in King Philip's War may linger. Shop at an antique store in Chepachet that harbors more than just treasures from the past. Enjoy drinks with the other kind of spirits in historic establishments like Granville's Pub and the Tavern on Main. Take a hike through Precious Blood Cemetery, where ghosts may wander endlessly searching for their loved ones. Join authors Thomas D'Agostino and Arlene Nicholson on a tour of the most haunted places in the Blackstone Valley. 128 pages with lots of photos. $19.99
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