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Too SCARED To Read These for Halloween?

If you are not ready for Halloween, yet, it is certainly not the fault of A Traveler’s Library.  We’ve conspired to give you all the ghoulish and ghostly ideas you could possibly use. We’ve done everything but make your costume for you, and you might get some ideas from the photos. Continue reading Too SCARED To Read These for Halloween?

Visiting the Dead

Cemetery in Lyons France
Cemetière de Loyasse, Lyons France

Destination: Cemeteries

Books: Ghosts in the Cemetery and Ghosts in the Cemetery II by Stuart Schneider

FYI: This book was published by Schiffer, the publisher of Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist, which I wrote with Charnell Havens. They gave me a copy for review.

I stop along country roads so that I can visit the dead.  The longer they have been dead the better.  That sounds rather irreverant? But the choice of burial markers and inscriptions hint at stories of whole lives–even regions.  I cannot resist seeing the ghosts of former lives revealed in a cemetery, even while I feel a bit creepy about it. Continue reading Visiting the Dead

Author Interview: Travel Book Guide to Ghosts in Chicago


Destination: Chicago

Book: Voices from the Chicago Grave: They’re Calling. Will You Answer? 2nd Edition, by Scott Markus

A GUEST POST by Dr. Jessie Voigts

I’d like to share an incredibly scary book of ghost stories. Why so scary? – because they are TRUE. Continue reading Author Interview: Travel Book Guide to Ghosts in Chicago