Haunted Washington



Haunted WashingtonAmong The Pacific Northwest S Many Treasures Is The Evergreen State, A State Rich In Eerie Events Haunted Washington, A Collection Of Stories Of Ghosts, Mysteries, And Paranormal Happenings, Will Leave Readers Delightfully Frightened Haunted Washington Includes Dozens Of Stories, From The Royal Native American Ghost Of Seattle S Pike Place Market To The Haunted Mansion That Inspired Horrormeister Stephen King S TV Mini Series Rose Red All Of Them Guaranteed To Send Chills Up The Spines Of Even The Most Daring Ghosthunters Each Story Includes Notes On Historical Significance And Local Lore So That Readers And Visitors Can Learn About Each Ghostly Locale.A Bibliography, A Resources List Of Contact Information To Visit The Haunted Sites, And A Brief Ghost Hunter S Guide Are Also Included, Giving Readers The Resources To Explore The Haunted Areas For Themselves.

Adam Woog, a native Seattleite and lifelong visitor to the locks, has written dozens of books for children, young adults, and adults He has a special interest in biography and history, and several of his books focus on Pacific Northwest topics.

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  • ebook
  • 227 pages
  • Haunted Washington
  • Adam Woog
  • 06 April 2018
  • 1322126054

10 thoughts on “Haunted Washington

  1. Lynn Rainsford says:

    This book was written in a slightly dry style I m not sure whether the author believed in any of the stories he presented It didn t stir my imagination much At least he did name some of the locations for people to visit, if they care to.

  2. Alexandria says:

    I m a huge fan of local lore and ghost stories, appreciating local ghost stories in particular Unfortunately, Woog managed to present every story in such a dry manner that they came across as flat and boring It might have been the odd dashes of humor he through in, but the book bounced around in tone and that kept it from settling into anything like a comfortable read the stories weren t spooky but the presentation was too casual to be academic or read aloud worthy Most of the jokes fell a l I m a huge fan of local lore and ghost stories, appreciating local ghost stories in particular Unfortunately, Woog managed to present every story in such a dry manner that they came across as flat and boring It might have been the odd dashes of humor he through in, but the book bounced around in tone and that kept it from settling into anything like a comfortable read the stories weren t spooky but the presentation was too casual to be academic or read aloud worthy Most of the jokes fell a little flat and many stories suffered from a lack of detail and an obvious attempt at the writer to tell ghost stories without sounding like he believed them himself In the end I settled on 2 stars One star for concept and a second star for local pride

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