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by Charles J.,III Adams,David J. Seibold


by Charles J. (Author), III Adams (Author), David J. Seibold (Author) & 0 more. I have to admit that i have enjoyed all of the Ghost Stories book written by this author. Not only are they an entertaining read, but they have a touch of local culture.

by Charles J. I would recommend them to ghost enthusiasts who live in PA as well as travelers. Not only does Adams entertain his reader with a good ghost story, but he usually gives information on the location so the reader can go see for himself. The book has some rather nice quality, full page, black and white photos of some of the places mentioned.

It tells stories of different ghost sitings in the Lehigh Valley. Charles J. Adams III was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, in 1947 and resides there today. In addition to his books, Adams also writes regular features on travel and local legends in the Reading Eagle newspaper and has written travel stories for several other magazines and publications. He has also been the morning air personality on radio station WEEU in Reading, where he has been employed since Charles J.

A super, natural companion to this book, Ghost Stories of the Lehigh Valley (Book One). ISBN13:9781880683262. Release Date:August 2008.

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True tales of ghosts, haunted houses and the unexplained in Lehigh, Carbon and Northampton counties"-Cover. 147 . p. of plates : Number of pages.

David Seibold and Charles Adams have done a great job telling us where . Each place is described along with the history of the place and the possible ghost. These books are fun to read whether you believe in ghosts or not.

David Seibold and Charles Adams have done a great job telling us where and why these places are considered haunted. The history is very interesting.

True tales of ghosts, haunted houses and the unexplained.

Ghost Stories of the Lehigh Valley epub download

ISBN13: 978-1880683026

ISBN: 1880683024

Author: Charles J.,III Adams,David J. Seibold

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Exeter House Books; 1st Ed. edition (August 16, 2011)

Pages: 90 pages

ePUB size: 1372 kb

FB2 size: 1982 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Delan
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Mash
Purchased as a gift for my friend who lives in that area - great condition, many thanks!
Mash
Purchased as a gift for my friend who lives in that area - great condition, many thanks!
Querlaca
A good book with several stories I've heard around before, and some I've encountered myself. I do wish my Lenni-Lenape people were portrayed better in this book though.

The Rusty Nail Bar in Palmerton with the face in the leather, I've seen that. And Hawk Mountain, I've been there many times. Good notes on the King George Inn, though it only lists some of the ghosts and stories of that place. (Which has sadly been unoccupied for a few years as of the writing of this review in 2017.)
Querlaca
A good book with several stories I've heard around before, and some I've encountered myself. I do wish my Lenni-Lenape people were portrayed better in this book though.

The Rusty Nail Bar in Palmerton with the face in the leather, I've seen that. And Hawk Mountain, I've been there many times. Good notes on the King George Inn, though it only lists some of the ghosts and stories of that place. (Which has sadly been unoccupied for a few years as of the writing of this review in 2017.)
Ynap
I have to admit that i have enjoyed all of the Ghost Stories book written by this author. Not only are they an entertaining read, but they have a touch of local culture. I would recommend them to ghost enthusiasts who live in PA as well as travelers

Not only does Adams entertain his reader with a good ghost story, but he usually gives information on the location so the reader can go see for himself. The book has some rather nice quality, full page, black and white photos of some of the places mentioned. I even used this book as part of my planning for a haunted halloween trip with a few friends. With over 20 ghostly tales in just this book, there were plenty from which to choose.

Since moving out of PA, I have looked for books on local haunted places in my new home state. I've not found anything as well organized as the series of books by Charles Adams. Each of his books covers one county and only that county. If you're planning a vacation or day trip, it's so nice not to have to dig through an entire state's worth of ghost stories.
Ynap
I have to admit that i have enjoyed all of the Ghost Stories book written by this author. Not only are they an entertaining read, but they have a touch of local culture. I would recommend them to ghost enthusiasts who live in PA as well as travelers

Not only does Adams entertain his reader with a good ghost story, but he usually gives information on the location so the reader can go see for himself. The book has some rather nice quality, full page, black and white photos of some of the places mentioned. I even used this book as part of my planning for a haunted halloween trip with a few friends. With over 20 ghostly tales in just this book, there were plenty from which to choose.

Since moving out of PA, I have looked for books on local haunted places in my new home state. I've not found anything as well organized as the series of books by Charles Adams. Each of his books covers one county and only that county. If you're planning a vacation or day trip, it's so nice not to have to dig through an entire state's worth of ghost stories.
Alien
I would like to explain an eyewitness account concerning the "farmer ghost" on ridge road in Upper Mt. Bethel. It was late one night, about a month ago, and three of my friends and i were bringing a friend home. We were driving along back roads and we turned down ridge road. as our headlights reflected off of a metal wire fence, a glimpse of an old man caught our eye. We all asked eachother what it was, but no one seemed to have an answer. My friend turned his car around about 10-15 ft. down the road and we came back to the fence...and he was gone. So, then, we decided to go back the way we were going and we passed it again, and there he was- smiling and waving as we drove by. By this time, my friends and i had been convinced that we had all seen a ghost! And of course, being the courageous and curious teenagers that we are, we went back again! This time, he wasn't there, but the last time we turned around, not only was he there, but this time he was bent over the fence with his face pointed toward the ground. i was the only one out of my friends who saw him in this position. Now, this is how i learned about the story in this book- I came home, and my mom started telling me about this ghost story in your book. she asked me where i had seen the ghost, and i replied, "Ridge Road." She then proceeded to explain the legend of the ghost, that's when i knew it was the same ghost i had seen.
Alien
I would like to explain an eyewitness account concerning the "farmer ghost" on ridge road in Upper Mt. Bethel. It was late one night, about a month ago, and three of my friends and i were bringing a friend home. We were driving along back roads and we turned down ridge road. as our headlights reflected off of a metal wire fence, a glimpse of an old man caught our eye. We all asked eachother what it was, but no one seemed to have an answer. My friend turned his car around about 10-15 ft. down the road and we came back to the fence...and he was gone. So, then, we decided to go back the way we were going and we passed it again, and there he was- smiling and waving as we drove by. By this time, my friends and i had been convinced that we had all seen a ghost! And of course, being the courageous and curious teenagers that we are, we went back again! This time, he wasn't there, but the last time we turned around, not only was he there, but this time he was bent over the fence with his face pointed toward the ground. i was the only one out of my friends who saw him in this position. Now, this is how i learned about the story in this book- I came home, and my mom started telling me about this ghost story in your book. she asked me where i had seen the ghost, and i replied, "Ridge Road." She then proceeded to explain the legend of the ghost, that's when i knew it was the same ghost i had seen.
Arryar
I am a paranormal researcher from the Lehigh Valley. I recommend this book to anyone who has the urge to explore the unknown. I was delighted to see photos of actual occurances and descriptions of locations near my home. Although there are not a lot of eye-witness accounts included in the book, having lived here most of my life, I know how closed-mouthed the locals here are. However, I have personally researched several of the locations found in this book and have seen some interesting things myself.
Arryar
I am a paranormal researcher from the Lehigh Valley. I recommend this book to anyone who has the urge to explore the unknown. I was delighted to see photos of actual occurances and descriptions of locations near my home. Although there are not a lot of eye-witness accounts included in the book, having lived here most of my life, I know how closed-mouthed the locals here are. However, I have personally researched several of the locations found in this book and have seen some interesting things myself.