Do you believe in ghosts? In his years of travel writing and research, Dr. Robin Mead has found that people are almost equally divided between believers in ghosts and those who think ghost stories are just that--entertaining stories.
In Haunted Hotels in America, you'll find a state-by-state guide to the lodgings that cheerfully admit to having an intangible guest or two. Like the spirits themselves, the stories are extraordinarily varied. Some are sad. Some are puzzling. A few are even funny.
As you uncover these incredible mysteries, you'll also learn more about:
- Iconic ghosts who've established quite frightening reputations that span over a century
- The chilling hauntings that have inspired popular documentaries and Hollywood blockbusters
- Each hotel's storied history and its recent hauntings
From the mischievous Victorian children that linger in the hallways of the Gingerbread Mansion Inn in Ferndale, California to "Old Seth" Bullock, the first sheriff of Deadwood, South Dakota, who still keeps a watchful eye on the Bullock Hotel that bears his name, Haunted Hotels in America is chock full of frights and delights.
Ready to plan your next paranormal adventure? Let Haunted Hotels in America be your guide along the way.