Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Skeletons In The Closet - True Ghost Stories of the Shoals Area by Debra Johnston (Glass)

This eerie collection of supernatural tales of Northwest Alabama, includes, among others, the story of a Civil War soldier who haunts an ice cream parlour, a headless ghost in Waterloo, the true story of Ghost Bridge, a child ghost who died tragically after being bitten by a rabid dog, the hauntings of an Antebellum manion in Tuscumbia, and the strange phenomena in a rural house in Lauderdale County that has driven even the most daring ghost hunters away.
About the Author: Debra Johnston Glass holds an MAed with emphasis in history from the University of North Alabama. A Florence, Alabama native, she has authored several books on southern ghosts, including Skeletons In The Closet - MORE True Ghost Stories of the Shoals Area, Skeletons On Campus - True Ghost Stories of Alabama Colleges and Universities, and Skeletons of the Civil War - True Ghost Stories of the Army of Tennessee. She had also penned several articles for Fate Magazine as well as historical articles for various Civil War Magazines. During regional festivals, she conducts the Haunted History of the Shoals and the Civil War History of Florence Walking Tours in her hometown.

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