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Ghost Stories of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County: Remnants of the Past in a New South
6 x 9
Published in 2003
The ghostly handprint of a child appears on a windowpane. A long-dead bootlegger leaves wet footprints on stairs. A pair of haunting eyes keeps watch in a costume shop. Think things like that don’t happen in an active, modern city like Charlotte? Think again!
Read about feeling an unseen hand touch your back. Or hearing the clump of a peg-legged Civil War officer coming down the stairs. One house is filled with a darkness like liquid, so thick that light can’t even penetrate it. Then there’s a ghost chain that rises beside the railroad tracks.
Ghost Stories of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County is a collection of twenty chilling tales from Queen City native Stephanie Burt Williams. The sites—houses, restaurants, movie theaters—are familiar; the stories are not.
“This ghost book is awesome! I drive by these places frequently, and I will not be able to look at them the same way again. I have been to many of these haunted locations, and I look forward to returning with a new outlook. Maybe I'll have my own ghostly encounter! Although this book can be enjoyed by anyone, it is a must have for those who live in the Charlotte area. I can't wait to read more from this author!” —Amazon.com reviewer