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American Indian Ghost Stories of the West

American Indian Ghost Stories of the West  $ 22.95

By Antonio R. Garcez

The FIRST book written of ghost encounters of American Indians written by an American Indian! These are not second hand accounts, but are personal experiences told to the author by present day individuals who have witnessed spirits, and horrific hauntings throughout the southwest states of Arizona, California, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Each page will offer the reader a journey of personal exploration into the spiritually sacred and privileged world known only to Native Americans.

AMERICAN INDIAN GHOST STORIES OF THE WEST is unlike any other book. Make no mistake, this first of its kind book is definitely unlike no other!

Haunted Hotels and Ghostly Getaways of New Mexico

Haunted Hotels and Ghostly Getaway of New Mexico  $ 19.99

By Donna Blake Birchell

True to its nickname, New Mexico enchants some souls so much they never leave. The Express St. James of Cimarron plays host to the cantankerous spirit of former owner Thomas James "T.J." Wright. At the Trinity Hotel in Carlsbad, Miss Ruby occasionally pranks unwitting guests and still cares for the rooms where she once worked. 

The gentle ghost of Julie Staab sits weeping at the bar of La Posada when not running bath water in her former room. And in death, Byron T. Mills looks over the Las Vegas Plaza Hotel he owned and neglected in life. 

Local author Donna Blake Birchell shares the chilling stories of these permanent spectral guests.

Th Haunted Old West

Haunted Old West: Phantom Cowboys, Spirit-Filled Saloons, Mystical Mine Camps, and Spectral Indians  $ 14.95

By Matthew P. Mayo

From romance and robberies to cowboys and Indians, the Old West is filled with phenomenal happenings, mysteries, and ghosts that are sire to send a chill down any spine.

The Old West is filled with enough phenomenal happenings, curious mysteries, and ghastly ghosts to send chills up and down any spine. Haunted Old West is the petrifyingly perfect collection for campfire gatherings and makes an eerily ideal guide for a ghost-hunting trip to the Old West. In these pages explore horror-filled mine shafts and outrun herds of stampeding spectral cattle. Stumble upon a supernatural saloon, investigate ghost towns teeming with residents of the afterlife, and feel phantom freight trains pass through your body. Haunted Old West provides the inside story on some of the most actively haunted spots in the great American West, including:

Ghostly Garnet: In summer, visitors frequent this best-preserved ghost town in Montana, but it is winter when Garnet truly comes alive.

Raucous music can be heard within the Kelly Saloon, and the blacksmith's ringing anvil punctuates the sounds of a busy 1880s street scene. Yes indeed, Garnet puts the "ghost" in ghost town. Bandit Ghoul of Six Mile Canyon: Respected businessman by day, bandit gang leader by night, Big Jack Davis amasses a fortune robbing trains, stagecoaches, and bullion wagons in 1860s Nevada. Shot in the back while robbing a stagecoach, Big Jack is now a shrieking white demon, flapping wings sprouted from his wounds and driving off anyone who gets too close to his buried loot