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American Ghost Towns By Stephen Michaels
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A collection of Ghost Towns
Ghost Towns By Don Kirk
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This standard size, 13-month full-color calendar boasts a sampling of weathered ghost towns found in the American West. Dusty streets and silvery-grey clapboards, the squawk of eagles overhead, and... More > the squeak of door hinges—most ghost towns were mining towns abandoned when the ore dried up, and they can usually be found in barren deserts or on high mountain ranges where their remoteness has allowed them to survive as civilization so-fortuitously passed them by. This is a great collector’s calendar for western fans, the fourth in a new collection of Old West calendars by Don Kirk.< Less
A Ghost of Wind By Sam Whittaker
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Katie has left. Trent is missing...Steve Nicholas is alone now more than ever. But the worst of it is still to come: during his search for his missing friend, Steve is led to a small Oklahoma town... More > where a spree of murders has the people shaken and short on trust for strangers. What's more, dark supernatural forces appear to be behind the recent killings, as well as some very old ones. Will Steve uncover the killer spirit in time to save his friend... ...and himself?< Less
Creating Ghosts Hardback By Tim Daniel
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Three Days in July, 1863 in Gettysburg Pennsylvania: As one Union officer was shouting orders behind his men, he was shot through one eye and the bullet came out the other. He still stood there... More > giving orders to his men until his death moments after. On those three days in Gettysburg, a soldier was shot every five seconds. And on those three days, more American casualties were created in 72 hours in that small farming town in southern Pennsylvania than in eight years of the entire Vietnam War. Those are some of the stories of the greatest conflict ever fought on American soil. Thousands of men that went to war between the states, knew they would never come home. But those that did, mental illness, disease, and war wounds changed their life for ever. American leaders pitted brother against brother and friend against friend in Gettysburg but the ultimate outcome was a crushing Union Army victory over Robert E. Lee's Rebel Army and the ultimate demise of the Confederacy.< Less
Creating Ghosts Paperback By Tim Daniel
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Three Days in July, 1863 in Gettysburg Pennsylvania: As one Union officer was shouting orders behind his men, he was shot through one eye and the bullet came out the other. He still stood there... More > giving orders to his men until his death moments after. On those three days in Gettysburg, a soldier was shot every five seconds. And on those three days, more American casualties were created in 72 hours in that small farming town in southern Pennsylvania than in eight years of the entire Vietnam War. Those are some of the stories of the greatest conflict ever fought on American soil. Thousands of men that went to war between the states, knew they would never come home. But those that did, mental illness, disease, and war wounds changed their life for ever. American leaders pitted brother against brother and friend against friend in Gettysburg but the ultimate outcome was a crushing Union Army victory over Robert E. Lee's Rebel Army and the ultimate demise of the Confederacy< Less
Neewa the Wonder Dog and the Ghost Hunters By John Cerutti
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Adventure and mystery in the uncanny spirit world captivate the young lives of fourteen-year-old Christina and her sister Jackie, eleven. When the family moves 1500 miles from their home in New... More > Jersey to the desert of the American Southwest, they encounter many spirits—some good, some evil. Out West the family seeks out the paranormal, hunting ghosts with the latest, most sophisticated devices. Their searches take them to several eerie places, including a remote forest, a ghost town and a sacred burial ground. They also explore an isolated Native American stream and investigate an Indian Pow Wow. Not long after settling into their new home, Christina adopts Neewa, a half coyote female puppy with a mysterious secret.But when the puppy becomes deathly ill, the girl is determined to find a doctor to save her pet. When a shaman vet miraculously turns up, he supplies a charm, a potion and an incantation for Neewa to save her spirit.< Less
Border Town Blood - 5th Anniversary Edition By Curt Collier
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Nestled against the Arkansas River, clinging to the Arkansas-Oklahoma border, Fort Smith has been home to many historic events. Perhaps the most shameful of those events was the Trail of Tears. With... More > this dark moment in US history as a springboard, explore a geographically accurate modern-day Fort Smith as Detective Sergeant Ellis Morgan learns that the sins of the fathers are visited upon the children and no good deed goes unpunished. Werewolves, vampires, ghosts, demons and gods both old and dark wander through shadows and dreams; and all that stands between Fort Smith and eternal destruction is Ellis Morgan, Godslayer.< Less
Growing Up In A Pennsylvania Steel Town By Edward Nebinger
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The author was inspired to write these memoirs of the years he spent growing up in the Pennsylvania steel town of Bethlehem before the Second World War by the realization that they were a pivotal... More > time in American history. While Americans were struggling with the economic hardships of the Great Depression, they never gave up and instead made the best of what they had. Out of their triumph over hardship grew the generation that fought and won the Second World War. The society and culture exemplified by the Pennsylvania steel towns has now vanished but it is hard not to think that, while we have gained much as a society, we have also lost far too many things worthy of preservation. One of these was the great Bethlehem Steel plant itself, the ruins of which stretch for miles along the Lehigh River. Dominating the ruins are the ghostly remains of the five great blast furnaces, preserved to remind people of the greatness that was once Bethlehem Steel and the community that lived in its shadows.< Less
Fraud and Foreclosure: The Destruction of the American Dream By Monica Davis
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The mortgage crisis continues to devastate the nation's economy. Foreclosure is turning many neighborhoods in to ghost towns. The auto industry has joined Wall Street's implosion. How did it happen... More > and how much financial fraud can the economy stand?< Less
Fraud and Foreclosure: The Destruction of the American Dream By Monica Davis
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The mortgage crisis continues to devastate the nation's economy. Foreclosure is turning many neighborhoods in to ghost towns. The auto industry has joined Wall Street's implosion. How did it happen... More > and how much financial fraud can the economy stand?< Less