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Haunted Mississippi Gulf Coast
by Bud Steed




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Get to know the spirits that haunt this sunny Southern spot . . . includes photos!

Mississippi's gorgeous Gulf Coast is known for its sandy beaches, sunny weather, and welcoming people. Not so welcoming, however, are the spirits that haunt the shores, lighthouses, canneries, and historic sites in towns along the coast.

Join ghost hunter Bud Steed as he leads a haunted journey with stops in Pascagoula, Biloxi, Gulfport, Waveland, and all points in between. From the apparition seen lingering in the Bay St. Louis Train Depot, still waiting for his train to come, to the forceful spirits haunting the Old Biloxi Cemetery that refuse to be ignored, this collection takes you to the haunted hot spots that add a touch of darkness and a hint of menace to Mississippi's sunny Gulf Coast.

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Overview

Get to know the spirits that haunt this sunny Southern spot . . . includes photos!

Mississippi's gorgeous Gulf Coast is known for its sandy beaches, sunny weather, and welcoming people. Not so welcoming, however, are the spirits that haunt the shores, lighthouses, canneries, and historic sites in towns along the coast.

Join ghost hunter Bud Steed as he leads a haunted journey with stops in Pascagoula, Biloxi, Gulfport, Waveland, and all points in between. From the apparition seen lingering in the Bay St. Louis Train Depot, still waiting for his train to come, to the forceful spirits haunting the Old Biloxi Cemetery that refuse to be ignored, this collection takes you to the haunted hot spots that add a touch of darkness and a hint of menace to Mississippi's sunny Gulf Coast.


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  • ISBN: 9781614236832
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
  • Imprint: The History Press
  • Date: Sept 2012
 

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