Ghost Detectives' Guide to Haunted San Francisco

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Linden Publishing, Apr 1, 2011 - Travel - 142 pages
Revealing a side of the famed city that tourists rarely experience, this handbook uncovers a hidden realm of ghosts, apparitions, and paranormal phenomena in San Francisco. The guide delves into the haunted hotspots that unsuspectedly lie in the city's most famous landmarks and neighborhoods, including Alcatraz, Chinatown, and the Presidio, while directions to each hair-raising location are provided, encouraging adventurous sightseers to seek out their own ghostly encounters. With the history of each frightening locale, the probable life stories of their resident spirits, and actual transcripts of their conversations with a psychic, this supernatural study delivers a realistic feel for encountering the uncanny.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Brad Steiger
What Are Ghosts? and Other Questions
The Queen Anne Hotel
The Mansions Hotel
The Presidio Officers Club
San Francisco Chinatown
Escape to the Haunted Island
The Moss Beach Distillery Restaurant
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Loyd Auerbach is director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations and author of "ESP; Ghost Hunting: How to Investigate the Paranormal; Hauntings and Poltergeists: A Ghost Hunter's Guide; " "Mind Over Matter; " "Psychic Dreaming; "and "Reincarnation, Channelling, and Possession. "He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.

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