Available Now! Haunted Mansions in the Heart of Dixie by Debra Glass

Authentic Accounts of Restless Spirits in the Spooky South

There is something about an antebellum mansion that whispers ghost. From the rolling cotton fields of Colbert County, Alabama to the haunted hills of Tennessee, there is hardly a pre-Civil War dwelling that cannot boast of some resident spirit or similar unexplained phenomena. Steeped in history, Haunted Mansions in the Heart of Dixie is a collection of true Southern haint tales set in the fertile Tennessee Valley. From the mysterious Bell Witch to the inexplicable events at Belle Mont Mansion, these tales recount some of the most infamous Southern hauntings of all time. Explore the dark history of Dixie with spirits who loved their homes so much that even in death they refuse to leave, and unearth other more diabolical specters hell-bent on the settling of old scores. All the tales within are authentic. Proceed, therefore, into the haunted Heart of Dixie with caution. . .

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235 pages packed with southern haints, haunting photographs, and history!
Contents include:
The Grinning Stable Boy
Horror at Rocky Hill Castle
A Proper Tombstone
The Forks of Cypress and Ghost Bridge
A Ghost in the Green Room
Parthenia
The Ghost of the Governor’s Wife
Belle Mont Mansion
A Haint in the Guy Home
The Toppled Tombstone
The Cherry Mansion
Restless Spirits of Rippavilla Plantation
Home At Last
The Valley of Death
Bloodstains on the Stairs
Spirits of Pickett Place
Civil War Shades of Woodlawn Plantation
Pope’s Tavern
The Spirits of Sweetwater Mansion
The Lady Spirit of Coby Hall
The Bell Witch

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