The Mid-Atlantic region of the United States has a long and colorful history that includes some of the most unique supernatural happenings in the country. “Supernatural Mid-Atlantic” (Schiffer Publishing 2012) by Laurie Hull takes readers on a journey to visit over 100 paranormal public places, people, and “things” in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.
Author Laurie Hull is the director of Tri Country Paranormal and has traveled all over the world to investigate ghosts and abnormalities. She is a medium and teaches the art of paranormal investigations. She has worked as a psychic in the fields of crime, missing persons, life counseling, and education.
“Supernatural Mid-Atlantic” is broke up into several chapters and sub chapters which makes the various topics easy to follow. Readers will learn about Mystical Power Places, Unexplained Creatures, Witches and Witchcraft, Hexes-Jinxes-and Curses throughout the Mid-Atlantic area.
There is a vast section on Haunted Places. It covers several major cities, cemeteries, historic buildings, schools and universities, hotels and restaurants, highways, battlefields and forts. Read about the shadowy figures walking through the St Peters Church Cemetery, climb the Cape May Lighthouse and perhaps you will see a lady ghost somewhere on the 199 steps to the top, and pay a visit to the ghosts at the former home of Edgar Allan Poe.
The chapters are complete with an address, phone numbers and web sites so the reader can do further research, or make arrangements to visit each location. There are many black and white photographs of the locations to give the reader a good idea of the terrain, architecture, and surroundings of these mystical places in the Mid-Atlantic.
Any ghost hunter heading to the Mid-Atlantic area for a “haunted” vacation should keep a copy of “Supernatural Mid-Atlantic" in their travel bag. It is sure to come in handy when meeting up with some of the more explainable creatures and locations along the way.
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