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Publisher's Summary

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.

In her third book in the Haunted States Series, ghost hunter Sarah Ashley shares with you some of the most chilling true ghost stories and hauntings from the State of Pennsylvania. Sarah's journey through haunted Pennsylvania will take you through a number of towns and into numerous hotels, military sites, cemeteries, bridges, and even schools and university campuses long rumored for paranormal activity.

If you enjoyed Sarah's other books, Haunted Georgia, Haunted Louisiana, and America's Secret Hauntings, this book will not disappoint!

©2015 D & D Publishing (P)2015 D & D Publishing

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great collection of PA ghost stories

really enjoyed the stories, some I have heard, some new. the performance was good overall with only a few mispronounced words, that you would only know if you were from Western PA. ;)

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Narrator drove me crazy

I might have really enjoyed the stories if the narrator had not driven me crazy with the over dramatic voice. I struggled to finish this one. Ugh! This is one I should have read instead of listened to.

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This book is so boring. Mostly all the stories are centuries old, and uneventful. And as usual, it's mostly all about the Eastern part of the state- ignoring the Western side of the state.


The narrator is awful. She is an over-exaggerator. She would be better suited to read smut books!