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Al Cobb, an appraiser of antiques and fine arts as well as most collectibles, has a true love for ghost stories that grew out of his love for investigating the supernatural

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Savannah's Ghosts is my second best seller on ghosts and poltergeists in Savannah Georgia. IT is 105 pages in length. This book is great to read before you go to Savannah Georgia. It will help you fine places with the ghost. This book is a learning book too. If you are into ghost, please read this book! 0. Report.

Do you believe in ghosts? If you live in Savannah, Georgia, you should! Strange and eerie apparitions have been haunting this historic town since the first native Indians settled in southeast Georgia over 2,500 years ago! But in the here and now, youll want to know: what manner of beings are wandering the halls of the Super 8 Motel in Savannah what murderous secrets can be found at the Laurel Grove Cemetery how haunted historic Fort Pulaski really is why you should beware as you travel along West Oglethorpe Avenue, Houston Street, or West York Street how to tell.

Do you believe in ghosts? If you live in Savannah, Georgia, you should Strange and eerie apparitions have been haunting this historic town since the first native Indians settled in southeast Georgia over 2,500 years ago But in the here and now, you'll want to know: - what manner of beings are wandering the halls of the Super 8 Motel in Savannah - what murderous secrets can be.

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Schiffer Publishing Savannah's Ghosts II - Savannah, Georgia, has been rated among the top three haunted cities in America today and for good reason! True stories of ghosts, poltergeists, and strange and unusual spiritual events in Savannah will make you shiver as you read about:, The tragic air crash that killed crew and observers-are they still. Savannah, Georgia, has been rated among the top three haunted cities in America today and for good reason!

Do you believe in ghosts? If you live in Savannah, Georgia, you should!

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Do you believe in ghosts? If you live in Savannah, Georgia, you should! Strange and eerie apparitions have been haunting this historic town since the first native Indians settled in southeast Georgia over 2,500 years ago! But in the here and now, you'll want to know: - what manner of beings are wandering the halls of the Super 8 Motel in Savannah - what murderous secrets can be found at the Laurel Grove Cemetery - how haunted historic Fort Pulaski really is - why you should beware as you travel along West Oglethorpe Avenue, Houston Street, or West York Street - how to tell if your house is haunted - and other truly scary stories and facts! This chilling volume of spooky spirits and hauntings of Savannah will take you from ghosts to poltergeists, angels, and demons. Can you handle scares like that? Yes? Then join us in paranormal Savannah! Includes a detailed touring map so that you, too, can visit Savannah's Ghosts!

Comments: (7)

Hulis
The author did a concise & captivating view of spirits roaming in various places in Savannah. If you didn't believe in ghosts before reading this book, you will when you finish it!
Fawrindhga
Apparently there is a second edition of this book out that corresponds with the second ISBN listed in the product information. This edition has a copyright date of 2007 and seems to be of a far higher quality than the other edition that has been reviewed here. The material is of an acceptable quality and the typos that are mentioned by other reviewers seem to have been dealt with. The basic content of the book however seems to be pretty much the same as the older edition and while I can't say that this is one of the best books on this subject that I have ever read I can certainly say that it is far from being the worst.

There are some excellent ghost stories in this book. Stories that are backed up by eyewitness testimony and stories that have been investigated by the ghost-hunting group that Mr. Cobb belongs to. On the other hand there are some chapters that might just have well been left out such as the chapter on how to use an ouija board. If the author had included a story about someone who had contacted a ghost using such a board it would have been a good chapter but as it was this chapter was rather lacking. Other chapters suffer from a lack of detail and length but are stories that with a little leg work on the part of the author could turn into top of the line ghost investigation stories.

Despite the lack of details however this book provides one chapter that is well worth the price of the book all on its own. It seems that a local radio personality had interviewed Jim Williams of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" fame about a haunting in a house that the well-known restorer of old houses was working on back in the early sixties. The interviewer conducted the interview in 1964 and provided a copy of it to the author to include in his book and it is easily the most fascinating chapter here. This is a haunting that actually forced Williams out of the house and helped lead to his eventual move into the Mercer House, which figured so prominently in the book and movie.

The writing style of this author isn't quite as polished as it could be but it is clear and easily readable and he comes across as someone who is knowledgeable when it comes to ghosts. It is also apparent that he enjoys his topic and that by itself is a great boost to any book of this type. With a little more willingness to do some legwork and interview people outside of his group of friends Al Cobb could become a top author in this field. He has already proven to have some ability in this area by his location and acquisition of the Williams interview. Despite its faults, this is a book that I feel fortunate to have read.
Knights from Bernin
This is a motley collection of ghost stories and short essays about the paranormal (such as a brief chapter on the potential dangers of communicating with spirits via Ouija boards). The style is conversational, and offers an odd and interesting mix of spiritualism and Christianity. Cobb is a member of The Searchers, a Savannah group that investigates paranormal activity, leading one to expect a somewhat more scientific or skeptical approach; however, most of these accounts are more credulous than substantial. Fog hovers over a gravestone, lights flicker on and off; the Searchers enter a supposedly haunted area and feel a "strong presence." Cobb has experienced some fairly serious poltergeist activity (even in his own home-- see his first book Danny's Bed) but many of these stories involve nothing more than creepy feelings. Still worth a look, if nothing else for Cobb's account of an old radio interview with Jim Williams about the Hampton Lillibridge house, sometimes cited as the most haunted house in America (Williams, who bought and restored the Lillibridge house in the 1960s, will be familiar to fans of John Berendt's Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil).
Tehn
I bought this book for some research into an upcoming vacation to Savannah. I was looking for some stories that could help me weave a good ghost hunter trip. I've been interested in paranormal subjects since my early teens so I actually ended up skipping over the elementary investigator chapters. I'm not christian so I ended up skipping over those chapters and full paragraphs as well. All in all it took me an hour to read the meat of the book. I didn't even get to hold it in my hand long enough to bend the spine. Needless to say I'm not happy spending $9+ for it. The author's other book very readily mentioned at the beginning of this book sounded very interesting but I can't help but think it has to contain all the Jesus talk too. I would say this book would be a good to bridge the gap to fundamental christians who may begin to rethink if ghosts really are eVil spirits sent by the dEvil. It just isn't very satisfying for the rest of us.
Frei
I wasn't really impressed with this book at all. It's poorly written, filled with numerous typos, deals with only a few hauntings, has no pictures of supposed hauntings or ghostly phenomena, and contains umpteen digressions where the author discusses his beloved Christian faith. A real disappointment.
Naktilar
This book was a bit interesting to read, but did not cover a lot of places in Savannah like the Haunted Savannah book did. Most of the places in the Savannah's Ghosts book, people would normally not go to visit. I plan to donate this book to the local library.
Tebei
This book is great to read before you go to Savannah Georgia. It will help you fine places with the ghost. This book is a learning book too. If you are into ghost, please read this book!
Savannah's Ghosts download epub
Occult & Paranormal
Author: Al Cobb
ISBN: 0764327011
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Occult & Paranormal
Language: English
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Ltd (March 1, 2007)
Pages: 108 pages