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Ghost Stories of Texas

by Ed Syers

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Texas Supernatural folklore with one of the Southwest's premier storytellers, William Edard Syers, whose collection of our state's fifty most intriguing tales consumed two years of on-the-ground search. Come encounter the "Lady in Black", the "Attic Lodger," the "Searcher." Explore "Terror Lake," the haunted "McDow Hole," "Ghosty Branch." Venture within "The Gate" or Will's House" or, for that matter, any of their intriguing companion tales. Ghost Stories of Texas is the first statewide exploration of dimensions beyond normal comprehension. Its content ranges from centuries-old legends to the baffling here-and-now.
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