Georgetown Haunts and Mysteries
An Anthology Inspired by the Ghost Town Writers Retreat
From the ghost of a hanged man at the old Cafe Prague to the apparition of a sobbing woman at the Rose Street Bed and Breakfast to a phantom Victorian dress whooshing through the halls at the Hamill House Museum, Georgetown is a well-known haunt for spirits of all kind. But some of the town's deepest, darkest secrets have never been revealed...until now. Prepare for nine otherworldly tales of myth and mystery that extend back to the grisly gold and silver rush days of old.
And be careful or you may find a ghostly visitor reading over your shoulder.
Edited by Jeanne C. Stein and Joshua Viola
Table of Contents [+]
Jeanne C. Stein and Joshua Viola
The Silver Belle
A Bouquet of Wonder and Marvel
Price Brothers Fine Portraiture: Still Life
Price Brothers Fine Portraiture: Afterlife
Harry and Marlowe versus the Haunted Locomotive of the Rockies
Stephen Graham Jones
The Madam in Room 217
Sam W. Anderson
Her First Husband
Afterword: Me, My Self, and Tom
“An impressive gathering of stories that entice and unnerve."
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