A Haunted History of Invisible Women
What is it about the allure of ghosts that awakens our very minds and curiosity? Driving enthusiasts and readers to delve deeper into the science, the theory, and the story? Leanna Renee Hieber and Andrea Janes take on the ghostly challenge of separating fact from storytelling fiction in, A Haunted History of Invisible Women: True Stories of America’s Ghosts. The authors’ straightforward approach to each famous incident surrounding these women’s deaths is a breath of fresh air. Leanna Hieber and Andrea Janes gather facts, speculations, and the history around each woman, which pose even more intrigue around the ill-fated moment of death, lending to the theory of why they choose to stay in ghostly form. With detailed chapters highlighting individual classifications, this book also explores the myth, the folklore, and the reason why many of our country’s most notable ghosts are women.
A true celebration of these ghostly women, each story beautifully exemplifies and respects the history and the secrets that have died with these women who still choose to haunt the hallways, homes, and buildings they once resided in. Whether readers choose to read this book from cover-to-cover or flip directly to the most notable stories, one fact remains: This is a beautiful collection and is sure to be a favorite read for enthusiasts and those who love to tell a great ghost story
|Author||Leanna Renee Hieber,Andrea Janes|
|Page Count||352 pages|
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