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Book Review for Roswell: History, Haunts, and Legends

Sunday, December 3, 2017 22:01
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Title: Roswell: History, Haunts, and Legends
Author: Dianna Avena
Published: 2007 by The History Press
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When I think of a haunted city in Georgia, my mind goes straight to Savannah. In fact, I would wager that Savannah could be ranked up in the Top 10 Most Haunted Cities in the WORLD! But, after reading Roswell: History, Haunts, and Legends by Dianna Avena, I don’t know. There is definitely enough history and ghostly legends in this small town to give Savannah a run for its money!

Located just 20 miles north of Atlanta, Roswell was once home to the Cherokee Indians, before they were cruelly moved off their land through the Trail of Tears. Just a mere quarter-century after being established as a town, Roswell would suffer through the ravages of the Civil War. Today, the town is a great place to live and raise a family—close enough to a major city to be convenient, yet still quiet and peaceful with a small-town feel. Well, maybe things aren’t TOO quiet and peaceful…

Many locations around town, both old and new, boast a haunted reputation. At Chaplin’s Restaurant, employees have reported the spooky sounds of a phantom horse-drawn buggy outside after business hours. A woman, believed to be a victim of suicide, is seen standing in front of the fireplace at the Voila Hair Salon. And, Barrington Hall, a historic home open to the public as a museum, has hosted a number of ghosts and the ghost hunting groups intent on experiencing them.

These stories and more make up Avena’s Roswell Ghost Tour, which operates year-round. However, if you can’t make it down to Georgia to take the tour, I’d highly suggest this book! It is packed with some of the great stories about this fascinating place in norther Georgia. While its not the same as actually being there, this book is a great read. There’s just enough history mixed in to really set the context for the stories without bogging the reader down with mundane details. It’s well written and contains plenty of beautiful photographs to accompany the text. If you’re interested in southern hauntings, pick up a copy of this book—it makes a great addition to anyone’s paranormal library!



Source: http://theresashauntedhistoryofthetri-state.blogspot.com/2017/12/book-review-for-roswell-history-haunts.html

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