Haunted Savannah: America's Most Spectral City

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Haunted Savannah: America's Most Spectral City

Haunted Savannah America s Most Spectral City Why is Savannah Georgia the most haunted city in America Historian and tour guide James Caskey answers this question and many This fully revised and updated book details over forty of Savannah s most

  • Title: Haunted Savannah: America's Most Spectral City
  • Author: James Caskey
  • ISBN: 9780988252974
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why is Savannah, Georgia the most haunted city in America Historian and tour guide James Caskey answers this question and many This fully revised and updated book details over forty of Savannah s most infamous ghost stories, resulting in a paranormal compilation unlike any other Discover the truth about Savannah s haunted history as you explore spine chilling talesWhy is Savannah, Georgia the most haunted city in America Historian and tour guide James Caskey answers this question and many This fully revised and updated book details over forty of Savannah s most infamous ghost stories, resulting in a paranormal compilation unlike any other Discover the truth about Savannah s haunted history as you explore spine chilling tales about the Hostess City s shadowy Other Side, as told by a master storyteller This volume combines exhaustive searches of historical archives, detailed analysis, and engaging first hand accounts of spectral activity as experienced by eyewitnesses, even by the author Haunted Savannah America s Most Spectral City is not a collection of dry facts, dates and folklore it is an enlightening and entertaining journey for anyone interested in the paranormal, from magical mystery tourist to serious ghost hunter Containing over 50 photos and a detailed map of Savannah s Historic District, this book is the perfect pocket tour guide for the do it yourself ghost seeker.

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    1. Jim Dooley on said:

      A fun read for the Halloween season!This is more than a tour book. The writer takes care to share his research so that it is not just "another tale told 'round the campfire." The result is a collection of tales that feel real. As the writer states in the Afterward, the charm of a Savannah ghost story isn't just the tale itself; it is also the sensations you experience by being where the ghostly visitations are supposed to occur. I can attest that Savannah has atmosphere aplenty, and there are mo [...]

    2. Meri Elena on said:

      It is a long-standing tradition for me to buy a book of ghost stories every time I visit someplace new. I went to Savannah, GA for the first time this spring and acquired James Caskey's evocatively-named collection. The stories he includes are riveting, with few exceptions, and the included first-person experiences bring out his voice beautifully.I was rather disappointed with the editing of the text. Typos here and there are no big deal, but the frequency of missed words, incorrect words, and t [...]

    3. Michael on said:

      I'm not really sure what to call this book. It's non-fiction, it's historical, and it could be fantasy or mystery as well. My wife and I visited Savannah, GA this past summer and loved it! It was the tail end of a trip to South Carolina to visit a friend. Savannah is a beautiful city and to listen to those who live there it's full of ghosts as well. We arrived in the evening and I just marveled at all of the ghost walks that were taking place around the city. We visited a few of the spots mentio [...]

    4. Katie on said:

      I love a good ghost story. This book is a collection of ghost stories from around Savannah, which themselves aren't really very scary, mostly being of the "waiters claim to hear footsteps from unoccupied floors of the building" variety. The real standout feature is the author's attention to historical detail. For each location, he starts off with the local legends associated with the building/haunting, then delves into which parts of those stories are true and which are total fabrications based [...]

    5. Dustin on said:

      I absolutely loved this book, and it was hard for me to put it down! Savannah, GA is one of my favorite cities. It's history, and sheer beauty, are captivating. During my last visit I took one of it's famous "ghost tours", and was left wanting to know more. I did not want to just know the legends, I wanted to know the truths, and this book did an outstanding job of giving them to me in a format that kept me interested at the turn of each page. One of the book's best assets - in my opinion - is t [...]

    6. Sarah Kazee on said:

      This book was really good. I just returned from Savannah a couple weeks ago (where I bought the book in the first place.) I bought it because we took a couple tours during the day but never got around to the haunted tours. I thought the book would be the next best thing but I think the book was better if you really want to know the truth and history. It even corrected a couple things my husband and I were told on our tour that weren't related to hauntings. If you are visiting Savannah or just li [...]

    7. Reid on said:

      My wife and I visited Savannah for our honeymoon and took several "ghost tours". After reading this book I realized that A) I wish I'd taken Mr. Caskey's tour, B) much of what some of the ghost tours told us was, in fact, bunk, and C) I wish I'd read this BEFORE visiting the city. The amount of research and dedication that was put into this book lifts it above a mere "paranormal" book. Not all of Savannah's hauntings are of the literal kind. Haunted Savannah is an excellent read that only whets [...]

    8. Anne Heitmann on said:

      This was our group's go to book for our visit to Savannah. Not only does it provide the entertainment value of good ghost stories, it is also meticulously researched. The historical context provided for each "haunting" makes this an illuminating read for believers and non-believers alike. We also often used the book to plan where to eat. The map included in the front of the book made navigating Savannah's haunted history spots very easy.

    9. Lynette on said:

      This is the first book I've read on hauntings in Savannah, and I thought it was wonderful! I'm a history buff, and there is a LOT of history recounted in this book. In addition to telling ghost stories, Caskey does a great job of debunking stories that have no basis in fact. I want to go down to Savannah now and see all of these places!

    10. Yashira Muñoz on said:

      Friends gave me this book as a gift and is also autographed so that make it extra special ( my first autographed book yay!!!!!). The special-ness of this book is not gonna hold me back from an honest review, So here we go!!!!!Keep reading the review on my blogtwofriendsview.wordpress/

    11. Cheyenne on said:

      I found this book really informative and intriguing the whole way through. :)

    12. Aaron Badgley on said:

      Extremely well researched, easy read, well written, historical, excellent

    13. Chris on said:

      Not the best ghost folklore collection, but not the worse either. Bonus points for correcting stories and doing research.

    14. Danielle Vandehaar on said:

      Delightful book, but just go visit Savannah yourself.

    15. Doug on said:

      Fun readIf you are going to visit Savanah, Fort Pulaski is worth the drive and the aura of the place is special.

    16. Nancy Freeman on said:

      Truth or notMost fascinating. Such different stories from what is told in Savannah. Stories change from generation to generation. Fiction or non

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