Ghosts of Mississippi's Golden Triangle

Product Number: EB00741743
Released: Nov 09, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781439657591
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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Discover the spine-chilling stories and local legends of this corner of the American South. Includes photos! Mississippi's Golden Triangle is a major modern hub—but restless spirits of Native Americans, Civil War soldiers, and slaves also wander this region. Tales of a mysterious watchman who patrols the railroad tracks between Artesia and Mayhew haunt curious locals. Ed Kuykendall Sr. is rumored to manage Columbus's Princess Theater from beyond the grave. A young girl who died while attempting to free her head from a stair banister is said to still walk the halls of Waverly. In this fascinating tour, author Alan Brown uncovers the eerie thrills and chills that are part of local history. "Dr. Alan Brown's newest collection of stories involves a couple of places in Monroe County, namely the Gregg-Hamilton House in Aberdeen and the remains of the Gulf Ordnance Plant in Prairie . . . [in] the Golden Triangle, he found plentiful resources of historical information." —Monroe Journal

Author(s): Alan Brown
Original Publish Date: Sep 26, 2016

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