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Not bad, but it doesn't have storytelling charm that you find some ghost story collections.
More of a history lesson, which is fine. Nesbitt would be make a good history teacher. Very nice photos as well.
This is the fifth edition of form NP Ranger Mark Nesbitt's Ghost of Gettysburg. In it he tells the stories that people have shared with him about mysterious experiences at the Battlefield.Wish I had read this one before our recent trip to Gettysburg. We would have been out on the Battlefield in th...
I read this book about 15 years ago after I visited Gettysburg for the first time. It's a quaint little collection of stories collected by the author. He writes as though he is sitting down with you and sharing the stories. Some of the experiences are his own, but most are collected from his time...
I have read several of these books, and love learning about the ghosts of the Gettysburg battlefield. Ghost hunting is not always as dramatic as portrayed on TV, but none-the-less, I enjoy the personal experiences woven into the history of the area. Read this one in ebook form from Smashwords.