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Free eBookAmerica's Most Haunted Cities
Every city, town, parish, community and school has their own paranormal history. Whether they are spirits caught in the Bardo, ancestors checking on their descendents, restless souls attempting to send a message to those on the living side of the veil, or simply toublemakers taking joy in giving living-kind a scare, ghosts have been part of the human tradition from the beginning of time. In this book, we feature a collection of stories from five of America’s most haunted cities: Washington D.C., New Orleans, Chicago, Galveston and Baltimore.
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