Title: Haunted Baltimore
Publisher: Black Cat Books, Forked River, N.J.
Publication Date: 2004
Binding: Illustrated Soft Cover
Book Condition: Excellent
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: SIGNED & INSCRIPTION OF AUTHOR
Edition: 1st Edition
Book Type: Soft Cover
75 pages. SIGNED and INSCRIPTION by author on title page. 26 different hauntings are listed. Bookseller Inventory # 001739
Synopsis: Baltimore harbors a bounty of spirits aboard the USS Constellation. Spectral soldiers still stand guard at historic Fort McHenry. Edgar Allan Poe’s spirit stays alive at his Amity Street home and favorite Fells Point bar.
These are just a few Inner Harbor haunts that offer ghost hunters, history buffs, and tourists a peek at the paranormal. Haunted Baltimore reveals the Charm City’s spirit world where the spirits of the dead still captivate the living.
About the Author: A ghostly encounter led best-selling author Lynda Lee Macken to a career of chronicling true ghost stories. The New Jersey resident, a Rutgers University graduate, has appeared on radio and television, including Unsolved Mysteries, and has consulted for the Travel Channel, Sightings, Paranormal Borderline, and Scariest Places on Earth.
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