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e-Book Adirondack Ghosts II download

e-Book Adirondack Ghosts II download

by Lynda Lee Macken

ISBN: 0970071868
ISBN13: 978-0970071866
Language: English
Publisher: Black Cat Pr (April 3, 2003)
Pages: 80
Category: Americas
Subategory: History

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Adirondack Ghosts II book.

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Prize winning author Lynda Lee Macken is a native New Yorker. Her articles have appeared in regional and national publications including THE MOUNTAIN ASTROLOGER and FATE magazines

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Prize winning author Lynda Lee Macken is a native New Yorker. Her articles have appeared in regional and national publications including THE MOUNTAIN ASTROLOGER and FATE magazines. Ms. Macken's story of her own ghostly encounter at Big Moose Lake in Upstate New York with Grace Brown, whose murder inspired Theodore Dreiser's AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY, was produced by UNSOLVED MYSTERIES. This is her second book of ghost stories.

In her second volume of true Adirondack ghost stories, best-selling author Lynda Lee Macken continues to combine her interest in the region's history with the paranormal.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). In her second volume of true Adirondack ghost stories, best-selling author Lynda Lee Macken continues to combine her interest in the region's history with the paranormal. The native New Yorker has chronicled supernatural tales and legends since her own ghostly sighting at Big Moose Lake, which was produced by UNSOLVED MYSTERIES.

Macken's encounter was presented on the Unsolved Mysteries television series. Adirondack Ghosts II: Haunting Tales of New York's North Country. It also led her to write her first book - Adirondack Ghosts: Stories of Spirits in New York State’s North Country.

In her third volume of Adirondack ghost stories, Lynda Lee Macken presents an array of faithful phantoms. Devoted caretakers carry on at the Glenmore Hotel, Grant Cottage and Wellscroft Lodge

In her third volume of Adirondack ghost stories, Lynda Lee Macken presents an array of faithful phantoms. Devoted caretakers carry on at the Glenmore Hotel, Grant Cottage and Wellscroft Lodge. A constant gardener digs in at the Knox Mansion and an ever-present chauffeur is on the run at the Fort Hudson Health System. The New York native reveals revenants from the region’s iron mining industry at the Penfield Homestead Museum and Moriah’s Town Hall. The Adirondack’s long history of hospitality gives rise to a host of spirits at The BrightSide on Raquette and Paul Smith’s College

This second in a series of "Adirondack Ghosts" provides much more of the same type of fascinating and frightening material as the first book. Told much in the same style as the first with folklore and modern day ghost experiences mixed, the author continues to delight the reader.

This second in a series of "Adirondack Ghosts" provides much more of the same type of fascinating and frightening material as the first book. Once again we have tales of poltergeists, but the main emphasis seems to be on the actual witnessing of ghosts. The beautiful area of Lake George contains the history of the Sagamore Resort, where a cook experienced a ghost speaking to him just before it passed through his body. He immediately resigned

In her third volume of Adirondack ghost stories, Lynda Lee Macken presents an array of faithful phantoms. Ghostly encounters in upstate New York, along with her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Rutgers University, led her to a career of chronicling true ghost stories. In addition to her many radio and television appearances, including Unsolved Mysteries, Ms. Macken has consulted for A&E s Paranormal State and Psychic Kids, Ghost Hunters, PBS, Scariest Places on Earth, Sightings, and the Travel Channel. She is a member of the Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, Inc.

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Journey farther than ever before into the little known spirit world of New York's North Country. Historic inns, posh resorts, museums, and private homes are some of the places where long gone folks are still entertained. The fantastic appearances of ancient spirits and resident wraiths convey the spine-chilling feeling that one is never REALLY alone in the hauntingly beautiful and vastly mysterious Adirondack Mountains.
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This book was just steeped in local history. Since I live near several of the locations mentioned, I had the advantage to visit these cites. This book really
brought many things to light.

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Mitars Riders
This second in a series of "Adirondack Ghosts" provides much more of the same type of fascinating and frightening material as the first book. Told much in the same style as the first with folklore and modern day ghost experiences mixed, the author continues to delight the reader.
Once again we have tales of poltergeists, but the main emphasis seems to be on the actual witnessing of ghosts. The beautiful area of Lake George contains the history of the Sagamore Resort, where a cook experienced a ghost speaking to him just before it passed through his body. He immediately resigned. A young boy who collected golf balls was killed by a car. His ghost is frequently seen on the greens to this day. A manor house called the "Tratelja" has stories of a woman who appears in full-bodied apparition and speaks to houseguests. In Glens Falls at St. Mary's Church, a man finds the doors locked and upon peering through the window, witnesses activeley worshiping churchgoers - all have been dead, including the priest.
Some of the stories are eerie and others are terribly sad. Regardless, this is a nice companion piece to the first "Adirondack Ghosts" book and continues the history of ghosts in the Adirondacks, a much needed and appreciated subject for this beautiful and historic area.

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