Ghost Stories of AmericaBook - 2001
A fright-filled collection of out-of-this-world Americana, Ghost Stories of America draws on the folklore of 50 states to weave its magic. Check out the Red Onion Saloon in Alaska, where the spirits of former prospectors and courtesans continue to relive the fleeting glory of the Klondike Gold Rush. The ghost of Chicago mobster Al Capone is still said to be serving time in Alcatraz, considered one of the most haunted places in America. And Hawaiian patriot Queen Liliuokalani, melancholy in life, now is said to be a spirit overjoyed at her state's resurgent pride. All this and much more in Ghost Stories of America.
Publisher: Edmonton : Ghost House Books, c2001.
Characteristics: 247 pages :,illustrations, portraits ;,21 cm.