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by Elizabeth Parker

  • ISBN: 0970338511
  • Author: Elizabeth Parker
  • ePub ver: 1519 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1519 kb
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 114
  • Publisher: Apparition Pub (November 30, 2000)
  • Formats: mbr lrf docx mobi
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
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MOBILE GHOSTS: Alabama's Haunted Port City is the first book in recent memory to catalogue Mobile's ghosts and hauntings. Those who love Mrs. Kathryn Tucker Windham's statewide "Jeffrey" series will welcome this entry to nonfiction ghost story collections.

MOBILE GHOSTS: Alabama's Haunted Port City is the first book in recent memory to catalogue Mobile's ghosts and hauntings. Comprised of three sections - Public Places to Visit, Haunted Offices, and Haunted Houses - visitors and natives alike will recognize familiar landmarks and historical events that shaped the city. Black and white photos illustrate many of the stories.

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Stories and photos that reveal the unknown spirits lurking among the living in this Alabama city. Mobile native and local history expert Elizabeth Parker combines the spookiest stories in Mobile Ghosts: Alabama’s Haunted Port City and Mobile Ghosts II: The Waterline to create an updated volume that will send shivers down the spine. How do priceless heirlooms at the Mobile Carnival Museum mysteriously disappear and then reappear just in the nick of time? Who still protects Oakleigh from intruders, years after the Yankee occupation? Who is the little girl.

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The past and the present are never far apart in this 300 year old port city - do you believe in the ghosts of Mobile?

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Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a former sea captain and the ghost of a young child who hangs out in the basement. Mobile Ghosts : Alabama's Haunted Port City Elizabeth Parker.

The most frightening, however, is the ghost that frequents the domestic.

Haunting apparitions that allegedly appear on a regular basis include a grumpy old man who storms through the dining room en route to the kitchen where he angrily bashes around pots and pans, and a nun accompanied by the chilling sounds of a wailing baby. The City Library ghost.

Mobile native Elizabeth Parker brings together the spookiest of her Mobile Ghosts: Alabama s Haunted Port City and Mobile Ghosts II: The Waterline to create an updated version guaranteed to send shivers down the spine.

Mobile native Elizabeth Parker brings together the spookiest of her Mobile Ghosts: Alabama s Haunted Port City and Mobile Ghosts II: The Waterline to create an updated version guaranteed to send shivers down the spine

The past and the present are never far apart in this 300 year old port city -- do you believe in the ghosts of Mobile? Fourteen true tales, including five locations open to the public, may convince you.

Are you ready to meet Miss Daisy of Oakleigh? Who haunts the Phoenix Fire Museum, keeping vigil long after Company Six made its last run? Find out why the docents at the Richards-DAR House believe the Richards children still play there, and consider the mystery of the Lady who resides at the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion, mourning at the windows.

Lost loves, forgotten victims of Mobile's notorious yellow fever epidemics, and residents who can't bear to leave this historic and haunted city will stay on your mind, long after you finish the last story.

Comments (4)

Buriwield
My son and husband love ghost stories. They loved the local flair of this book and found it interesting. My son wants to use the book for a ghost tour this summer.
Gadar
I've lived in Mobile all my life and am familiar with many of the stories told by Mrs. Parker. She was spot on for detail and very thorough in her coverage of each!! Not only is she well versed in the paranormal but she also has such a talent for story telling and writing! This is a MUST HAVE book for anyone interested in ghosts in general but also Mobile history & folklore.
Stanober
As a resident of Mobile I often wondered why with our rich history, no one ever talked about our ghosts. Now someonw has! Parker's book centers on the historical homes in Mobile and tells the lesser known tales that the tour guides don't like to talk about. Can't wait for the next book.
Authis
I'm from Mobile, and this is a great book. It is extremely well-written, and has a lot of interesting facts and stories. I never knew there was so much ghostly activity in Mobile. I would have given it 5 stars if it had been longer. I would also recommend it as a great Christmas present.

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