Encyclopedia of Haunted Places: Book Review

Ghost enthusiasts may find this an interesting guide. The Encyclopedia of Haunted Places is a compilation of paranormal investigators’ experiences and research giving an overview of well-known and not so well-known haunted places around the world.

There are hundreds of locations listed, but it’s hard to know how comprehensive the Encyclopedia of Haunted Places might be. For example, the Tower of London is included as expected, but surprisingly there was nothing about the ghosts in the English city of York that Mancunian blogged about.

The haunted places are organized within geographic region. Each entry briefly tells the often sad and/or violent story behind the haunting and describes the investigator’s experience. It gives the name and organization of the investigator as well as the haunted locale’s address, phone number and website if applicable. There are photographs for some of the places as well.

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