This guide is designed for locals, new residents, and travelers seeking encounters with area apparitions. With this book, paranormal adventurers can learn how to see beyond the surface of various locations throughout Seattle, including locations near the Puget Sound. Detailed descriptions and historical background guide readers to sites of various natural disasters, tragedies, criminal activities, and ghostly legends and lore.
A suggested stop includes a stay at the Manresa Castle, noted to be one of the most haunted buildings in America. Another consists of a stroll of the parade grounds of Fort Worden Park in search of ghostly orbs and spectral odors. Jeff Dwyer explores the ghost of Eddie Hammond, guiding the reader along as an ethereal play unfolds. He also visits with the spirit of Catherine at the E.R. Rogers restaurant as she dines with the patrons. Dwyer’s extensive knowledge and research guarantees the reader many spectacular, well-informed accounts that will leave them spellbound.
About the Author
Jeff Dwyer, fascinated by ghost lore since boyhood, rekindled his interest in writing about paranormal phenomena after many years of clinical practice. His work involved close interaction with dying patients, their families, and hospital staff, many of whom claimed to witness paranormal events. Numerous experiences with ghosts in hospitals, cemeteries, and historic sites around the country have led Dwyer to author books based on his extensive research. He is the author of Ghost Hunter’s Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area, Ghost Hunter’s Guide to Los Angeles, and Ghost Hunter’s Guide to New Orleans, all published by Pelican.
GHOST HUNTER’S GUIDE TO SEATTLE AND PUGET SOUND
By Jeff Dwyer
TRAVEL / United States / West / Pacific
HISTORY / United States / State & Local / Pacific Northwest (OR, WA)
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Supernatural
224 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
40 photos Appendixes Index