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Bethlehem Ghosts: Historical Hauntings In & Around Pennsylvania's Christmas City

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149 pages1 hour

Summary

Katherine Ramsland and Dana DeVito have taken their mutual love of a good ghost story and produced an entertaining and educational perspective of the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. "Bethlehem Ghosts" first introduces the reader to the history of, and the authors’ theories concerning, ghosts, the paranormal, and “ghosting.” Take a ghostly stroll down Main Street in the town founded by the Moravians. Tales of haunted hotels, inns, restaurants, and cemeteries, are guaranteed to send a chill down your spine.
The authors also take you to sites within “ghosting distance” of Bethlehem for more stories of the unexplained and unexpected.

Mark Nesbitt, author of the popular Ghosts of Gettysburg series, has called the book “compellingly readable” and a “chillingly frightening collection of tales.”

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