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Tales from the French Quarter (edition 2010)

by Kalila Smith

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Title:Tales from the French Quarter
Authors:Kalila Smith
Info:Kerlak Enterprises, Inc. (2010), Paperback, 240 pages
Collections:Your library, Read since January 2008
Tags:History, Ghost

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Tales from the French Quarter by Kalila Smith



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Strange book that could definitely use some editing (both typos/proofreading issues and organization). Interesting tidbits and personal stories from the author's experiences as a medium and ghost tour manager in the French Quarter of New Orleans, but some stories seem totally unrelated (many are nowhere near the French Quarter)...and some are just too creepy for me.
  Connie-D | Jan 17, 2016 |
If you are looking for a collection of ghost stories about New Orleans this is not that book. This book contains a few modern ghost stories but is primarily concerned with the author and her experiences both mondane and supernatural. In all an interesting read. I particularly appreciated her impression on the impacts of katrina on the people and spirits of the city.
  dswaddell | Feb 25, 2013 |
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Allow Kalila Smith to take you on a personal tour of her New Orleans. Explore the food, cemeteries, swamps, bayous, Voodoo, monsters, ghosts, and the cast of characters, past and present, that make up the French Quarter.

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