Abandoned Villages and Ghost Towns of New England

Abandoned Villages and Ghost Towns of New England Abandoned villages hold mysteries that only ghosts can reveal Read accounts forgotten places such as flooded Flagstaff Maine that contains the spirits of former residents still clinging to homes no

  • Title: Abandoned Villages and Ghost Towns of New England
  • Author: Thomas D'Agostino
  • ISBN: 9780764330766
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • Abandoned villages hold mysteries that only ghosts can reveal Read accounts forgotten places, such as flooded Flagstaff, Maine, that contains the spirits of former residents still clinging to homes now nothing than foundations or cellar holes Visit Dudleytown, Connecticut, where residents fell victim to demons, murder, and insanity Stroll through Massachusetts s DoAbandoned villages hold mysteries that only ghosts can reveal Read accounts forgotten places, such as flooded Flagstaff, Maine, that contains the spirits of former residents still clinging to homes now nothing than foundations or cellar holes Visit Dudleytown, Connecticut, where residents fell victim to demons, murder, and insanity Stroll through Massachusetts s Dogtown Common, a dead village of witches, werewolves, and ghosts Whether you decide to explore these ghost towns or just read about them, you will not forget the people who made them history Some still await your arrival if not in person, then in spirit.

    One thought on “Abandoned Villages and Ghost Towns of New England”

    1. 4 stars for interesting content. Thinking I'd like to visit some of these old sites. Visiting should be relatively easy, given the author's very specific directions getting to and then walking around the sites. 2 stars for a serious lack of editing. Way too many word choice errors as well as difficulties with apostrophes, sentence structure, and some spelling.

    2. A good read. I'm going to us it to help plan a vacation with my bff, we like history and abandoned places. The book has several grammatical errors that will throw you until you catch them, but beyond that it's well written and researched.

    3. I was hoping this book was better than it ended up being, and while the premise was okay, it was the writing that threw me off. There were a lot of errors throughout the book in spelling, grammar, punctuation, and some variances in facts. The writing was also redundant at times and I felt in dire need of an editor. Sentences were choppy throughout one page, and the next there was purple prose flying. I did find some of the history interesting, but again, it was varied throughout the book. Some w [...]

    4. Picked this up at Sturbridge Village. Pretty neat stories of abandoned villages in New England. Great fodder for a road trip!

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