Ghosts of Manhattan: Legendary Spirits and Notorious Haunts by Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg

Ghosts of Manhattan: Legendary Spirits and Notorious Haunts

byDr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg

Kobo ebook | March 12, 2012

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Ghosts abound in Manhattan, and with the aid of Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg’s extensive guide, you can still hobnob with cultural icons such as Dorothy Parker and Sherwood Anderson or glimpse Harry Houdini’s ghost, who is said to haunt the legendary McSorley’s. Even the spirits of America’s most illustrious leaders, such as George Washington and Teddy Roosevelt, are said to roam Manhattan. This compendium of haunted locales, based on Dr. Schoenberg’s own Ghosts of New York Walking Tours, spans the island, from Alexander Hamilton’s grave at Trinity Church to the White Horse Tavern, Dylan Thomas’s favorite watering hole. Rediscover a city filled with the howls of long-dead slaves in the African Burial Ground and disembodied voices ringing through the Belasco Theatre. Brimming with ghost-hunting tips and spooky lore, this guide is guaranteed to raise hairs.
Title:Ghosts of Manhattan: Legendary Spirits and Notorious HauntsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 12, 2012Publisher:The History PressLanguage:English

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