Do you think you have heard about the most haunted places in America? Over the past five years, the interest in the paranormal has decidedly come to the forefront. People flock to locations who wish to have experiences of their own and delve into the exciting, quizzical and frightening world of those who have passed on. When speaking about haunted places there are more than a few that are surely recognizable to most people.
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In this book, you are about to discover some of the creepiest and most intriguing haunted objects ever owned by people just like you. Many times, these individuals do not even realize these haunted items are in their possession - until it is too late.
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Louisiana is one of the most captivating and visually stunning states in the South, with a long and fascinating history that has meshed cultures, religions, and races. Due to its storied past and unique blend of inhabitants, Louisiana is known as one of the most haunted states in America. There is a plethora of historic landmarks, each having their own story of times gone by. Many of these locations, beautiful as they may be, are riddled with mysterious stories of ghosts and paranormal activity.
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Pennsylvania is rich in history, from infamous Gettysburg battles, Quaker homes, and sprawling college campuses to quaint inns and restaurants. One could make numerous trips to this historical and beautiful state and still not scratch the surface of what it has to offer. Beneath all the majestic beauty and history also lies mayhem, tragic events, stories of madness, and plenty of hauntings to satisfy your inquisitive nature and taste for all that is paranormal.
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Georgia has the reputation of being one of the most haunted States in the U.S. Because of its age, its history, and its sometimes tragic experiences, there are plenty of tales, ghost stories, and haunted locations that take creepiness to a whole new level. Join ghost hunter Sarah Ashley, as she shares with you some of the most popular locations in Georgia for paranormal activity. From the Pirate's House in Savannah to Spook Bridge in Lowndes County, she will expose to you the most chilling and frightening locations of reported paranormal activity in the state.
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Welcome to the South - where the tea is sweet and the accents are sweeter. This Southern way of life is all Charlie has ever known. It's not until she loses the only person who pushed her to break free of the Southern Belle mold that she starts living the life she needs and not the life her parents forced on her. Jhett has lived on the edge for as long as he could remember - constantly teetering back and forth between being a rock star and living a normal life. His rebellious and sometimes arrogant attitude is known to get him into trouble, especially with the girls who hang on his every move.
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"Rally in Brooklyn Park Condemns Swastikas and ‘Go Trump’ Graffiti" is from the November 20, 2016 United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Sarah Maslin Nir and Ashley Southall and narrated by Caroline Miller.
"Battered by East Coast Snowstorms, Cities Face Digging Out" is from the US section of The New York Times. It was written by Ashley Southall and Sarah Maslin Nir and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.