Pennsylvania has a long and creepy history. These stories showcase some of the spookiest places in the Keystone State that have played important roles in the state's unique culture. The encounters are as varied as the landscape, ranging from a lonely haunted hiking trail in a mountain forest where a murder victim still seeks justice, to a busy city intersection where a luckless ghost of a hanged woman lingers. Find out if there's really something to be feared on Cult House Road in Chadds Ford, where the trees seem to grow intentionally away from the road. Is a murder spree to blame for the spookiness? And one mustn't forget to visit America's first serial killer, at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Yeadon; but be careful, because you might get a migraine at this grave site. Ghosts of murderers, maids, Major Generals, and even a monster or two are among the beings you will encounter within these pages. The one thing these lost souls share is a desire to have their story told. Find a comfy chair and settle in as you visit the spookier side of Pennsylvania.
Laurie Hull lives in Pennsylvania. She is the director of Tri County Paranormal, and has traveled the world to investigate ghosts. Her previous books include Brandywine Valley Ghosts and Philly's Main Line Haunts.