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Arizona Haunted Sites book review: 'Finding Ghosts in Phoenix'

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Finding Ghosts in Phoenix

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Many people have asked, “How do you find a ghost in the city of Phoenix, Arizona?” Katie Mullaly and J. Patrick Ohlde have all the answers with their book, “Finding Ghosts in Phoenix” Schiffer Publishing 2010.

The first section of the book offers ghost hunter enthusiasts information on the paranormal team, Wailing Bansidhe Investigations, and the tools of the trade used when they are out in the field. Mullaly and Ohlde offer chapters on the various types of hauntings, and explains how to use various pieces of investigative equipment.

The middle section offers some great Phoenix locations, open to the public, where investigators can stop and have dinner, a drink, or even spend the night! Learn the story behind the lady in white roaming the halls of the Hotel San Carlos in downtown Phoenix, or throw back a pint with the ghosts of the popular English pub, George and Dragon. Travel out of the city to visit the amazing Eisendrath House next door to the Arizona Historical Society in Tempe and down to Casa Grande to visit the mysterious Domes.

The third section of the title contains an interview with a ghost hunter and a glossary of paranormal terminology. Each chapter is filled with large black and white photographs.

The chapters present great investigative overviews of the hauntings at each location, boundless ghost hunting tips and a heads up on what to look for when you set up your ghost hunt or investigation.

Learn practical techniques and places to research as you are out "Finding Ghosts in Phoenix" on your next visit to the Valley of the Sun.

www.wailingbansidhe.com

www.Schifferbooks.com

Other books by Kate Mullaly and J. Patrick Ohlde include:
Scare-Izona: A Travel Guide to Arizona's Spookiest Spots
Tucson’s Most Haunted

Arizona’s Haunted Sites examiner: Debe Branning nazanaza@aol.com

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