Free Download [Fiction Book] ☆ The Ghosts of Williamsburg...And Nearby Environs - by L.B. Taylor Jr. ↠

By L.B. Taylor Jr. | Comments: ( 721 ) | Date: ( Apr 05, 2020 )

Dare you not believe The wispy appearance of a love sick young maiden who died nearly 250 years ago The haunting return of a French soldier who was killed during the Revolutionary War The mysterious curse tree which separated husband and wife in their graves The strange portrait which moved about on its own These and other examples of inexplicable psychic phenomeDare you not believe The wispy appearance of a love sick young maiden who died nearly 250 years ago The haunting return of a French soldier who was killed during the Revolutionary War The mysterious curse tree which separated husband and wife in their graves The strange portrait which moved about on its own These and other examples of inexplicable psychic phenomena are chronicled in this book.Are the stories true Judge for yourself.


  • Title: The Ghosts of Williamsburg...And Nearby Environs
  • Author: L.B. Taylor Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780962827136
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Ghosts of Williamsburg...And Nearby Environs

  • Virna

    If you're visiting Colonial Williamsburg, don't just buy the scented homemade soaps or the souvenir magnets, don't just stop by to admire the old structures or the famed Governor Palace. Buy one of these ghost storybooks and try to visit one of the sites mentioned. I didn't have enough time to visit the surrounding areas of Colonial Williamsburg - I should have! The 'burg is becoming touristic and doesn't feel as authentic as I've expected (though I wouldn't miss its Civil/Revolutionary War batt [...]


  • Tracy

    Eh, something about the way Taylor writes this made my attention wane. It's the same way with the Ghost of Williamsburg tour that is based off this series of books. Well intentioned, yet somehow boring in parts. I think it is because the stories are presented half in story form (no specific details, lot's of 'it is said', 'she may have' 'perhaps')and half filled with historical background and data. By the time the author gets to the ghost part the chapter is over. Also, it's called The Ghost of [...]


  • Molly (Conan the Librarian) Crumbley

    Colonial Williamsburg is one of my absolute favorite places on this earth, and my husband and I jump at the chance to go whenever we can, especially in the fall. The reason: cool weather, Halloween attractions at Busch Gardens, and ghost tours.All year, Williamsburg offers candlelight ghost walking tours in which costumed guides lead you around the town and share some delightfully creepy tales. Those stories are all published in a series of volumes called The Ghosts of Williamsburg. They’re al [...]


  • Jennifer

    My parents picked this up for me near Carter's Grove when it was new (probably around 1984). At the time, I thought it was near about the neatest thing ever written, and proceeded to spend the rest of our trip to Tidewater Country plaguing tour guides with questions about the phenomenon in the book.Now that I am no longer seven or eight years old, I realise to a great extent this book sort of glazes over cases, and omits a lot of information, but it's a nice overview or a neat tourist take away [...]


  • Kristen

    I was not impressed at all. The author concentrated more on the history surrounding the legends than the ghosts themselves. The writing wasn't that great and the editing was shoddy; I found quite a few typos. I do have one positive thing to say about the book - it inspired me to find a better one on the subject, as well as more about the history of the area.


  • LuAnn

    Like the ghost tour I took in Williamsburg that used this book in part, this presents interesting history as well as ghost stories for an enjoyable look at some of the houses in Williamsburg, Yorktown and the James River Plantations.


  • Vicky

    i love ghosts! and since I lived in williamsburg, VA for 2 1/2 years, these books were great. i actually drove, lived, or could visit many of these haunted places.


  • Karen Taylor

    Especially fun to read if you're going to visit Williamsburg.


  • Rachel

    We purchased this book after going on a candlelight, "ghost" tour on our honeymoon. The stories are even more interesting when you've walked through the areas where the ghosts supposedly haunt.


  • Matthew

    This book is quite short (about 80 pages) but it includes some excellent ghost stories. The writing is in the style or reporting rather than story telling.


  • Travis Pratt

    I really started getting into some of the local history of Colonial Williamsburg. Great book, full of neat stories about on of the most important cities in early America of it's time.


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