Ghosts of the Garden State: Haunted Places in New Jersey




      Ghosts of the Garden State: Haunted Places in New Jersey
Since her own ghostly sighting which appeared on Unsolved Mysteries , best selling author Lynda Lee Macken, hs collected tales of the supernatural The Rutgers University graduate presents her thrid book of intriguing ghost stories. New Read [ Ghosts of the Garden State: Haunted Places in New Jersey ] author [ Lynda Lee Macken ] – heartforum.co.uk

Black Cat Press of Forked River, New Jersey was founded in 2000 by Lynda Lee Macken, a native New Yorker, who continues to combine her interest in history with stories of the paranormal.She has chronicled supernatural tales and legends since her own ghostly sighting of Grace Brown whose 1906 murder in New York State s Adirondack Mountains inspired a novel and a motion picture The 19 year old Brown was drowned in Big Moose Lake in 1906 The homicide formed the basis of novelist Theodore Dreiser s An American Tragedy and the 1951 film A Place in the Sun.Macken s encounter was presented on the Unsolved Mysteries television series It also led her to write her first book Adirondack Ghosts Stories of Spirits in New York State s North Country In the process to understand paranormal phenomena, the author researched, wrote and published 26 additional regional ghost books highlighting the most haunted places in New York New Jersey New Hope, Pennsylvania Balti, Maryland and Salem, Massachusetts.In addition to her radio and television appearances, Ms Macken has consulted for PBS, the Travel Channel, Sightings, Paranormal Borderline, Scariest Places on Earth and Ghost Hunters Her articles have appeared in regional and national publications, including the Staten Island Advance newspaper, the Mountain Astrologer and FATE magazines.The death of loved ones promoted further interest in the mystery of death and the survival of consciousness Consequently, Macken published her first memoir, Array of Hope, An Afterlife Journal in 2008 which chronicles after death communications with her mother The author holds a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Sociology from Rutgers University and lives at the Jersey Shore.

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  • Paperback
  • 73 pages
  • Ghosts of the Garden State: Haunted Places in New Jersey
  • Lynda Lee Macken
  • English
  • 27 January 2017
  • 0970071825

10 thoughts on “ Ghosts of the Garden State: Haunted Places in New Jersey

  1. Joe Lerch says:

    I normally don t do reviews, but since I have a few minutesThe topic of this book is something that I find interesting, but the delivery of each little short vignette seemed to be sparsely written and not as informative I would have liked somedetail, such as investigations into the claims, evidences found, and the likes.I read this first volume in one sitting I had the second volume also checked out of the library, but after spending time on the first volume and thinking it over, I I normally don t do reviews, but since I have a few minutesThe topic of this book is something that I find interesting, but the delivery of each little short vignette seemed to be...

  2. Stefanie says:

    I liked the content of this book and found it interesting, but her writing style leaves much to be desired The stories drop off abruptly, which is my chief complaint It has potential, but could use a couple of rounds of edits.Don t ge...

  3. Duffy says:

    A better organization of the history, geography and the ghost stories of these little teasers would have improved the final product I m reading all three in sequence and now I m glad I ve borrowed them from the library Good idea but lacking in any cohesiveness.

  4. Donna says:

    I wished the stories hadsubstance Most were just a page or two The photos helped Overall I was a bit disappointed.

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