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The latest cases from the Ghost Investigator, Linda Zimmermann.

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Ghosts of Rockland County Back by popular demand: All Rockland County stories and nothing but Rockland, this is the complete collection of her fascinating true stories of haunted cemeteries, historic sites, restaurants, mansions and private homes in the county. Find out of you live next door to a ghost!

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Ghost Investigator Volume 8: Back Into The Light From a famous Revolutionary War battlefield, to an abandoned jail, an historic mansion, and private homes, this latest installment of the popular Ghost Investigator series examines eight remarkable new cases. Both gentle ghosts and vindictive spirits are portrayed with the frightening realism that can only come from the author personally experiencing all of these haunted sites. "Ghost Investigator Volume 8: Back into the Light" carries readers into terrifying realms where the dead don't always welcome you…

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Ghost Investigator Volume 7: Psychic Impressions The sixth sense plays an ever deeper role in the Ghost Investigator’s latest cases, which include three stories involving suicides (with two on the same street!), an old hotel where death came in many tragic forms, an abandoned asylum, a train station, a theater, a cemetery, and a restaurant where jealousy may have led to murder. There is also some amazing new information about a previous case where startling evidence was discovered in the attic. Featured locations: The Shanley Hotel in Napanoch, NY, a former train station and the Shadowland Theater in Ellenville, NY, Letchworth Village in Rockland County, NY, and the Castle Tavern in Greenwood Lake, NY.

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Ghost Investigator Volume 6: Dark Shadows Ghost Investigator Linda Zimmermann encounters dark, menacing apparitions across New York State in the sixth volume of her true ghost stories. Included in this book is the infamous Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, one of the oldest Masonic lodges in McGarrah's Inn in Monroe, and the Gomez Mill House in Marlboro, which is the oldest surviving Jewish home in America. There are many photos, including one Zimmermann considers to be the best "ghost photo" she's ever taken.

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All new stories, including: Murder victim's dying breath Body buried in the basement? Desperate cry for help Screams in the night A violent spirit tries to harm the living.

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All new stories, including: Ghosts of a double hatchet murder Historic haunts Ghost magnets Civil War spirits The Road of Death. There is also a special frightening update on the "Grandma's House" investigations featured in Volume 3.

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New true stories from the Ghost Investigator Linda Zimmermann From New York’s Hudson Valley: A Ghost’s Grave is Found in Chester Smalley Inn has Eternal Guests in Carmel A Dark Shadow Moves in Edenville A Lonely Spirit Seeks Out Children in Westtown A Mental Hospital has Phantom Patients A Mysterious Man at Grandma’s in Port Jervis Warnings of Fire in Port Jervis Cemetery Gates Beckon in Wappingers Falls In Connecticut: Former Owners Keep Watch Over Homespun Farm in Griswold.

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New and terrifying true cases: New York Babysitters are driven from a house by an evil presence. An old farmhouse is a portal for restless spirits. Who walks the halls of a former home for elderly ladies? Music students practice with the dead. Pennsylvania The ghosts of vicious criminals are still locked within the walls of an abandoned prison in Philadelphia. Gettysburg—the most haunted place in the country? Massachusetts Do you have the courage to spend the night with the ghost of an ax murderer in Lizzie Borden’s house?

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A collection of the revised and updated versions of the stories previously published in: Ghosts of Rockland County Haunted Hudson Valley More Haunted Hudson Valley Haunted Hudson Valley 3

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The history of science has been fraught with persecution, fraud, and ignorance on a massive scale. (But that doesn't mean we can't laugh about it!)

Bad Science: A Brief History of Bizarre Misconceptions, Totally Wrong Conclusions, and Incredibly Stupid Theories takes a humorous look at bloodletting, alchemy, quack devices, the worship of meteorites, faked data, secret testing on people, and all kinds of really ridiculous ideas.

Winner of the Silver Medal for Humor in the 2011 Independent Publishers Awards.

Table of Contents

Medicine

Chemistry and Pharmaceuticals

Birth, Contraception, and Sex

Dentistry

Geology, Paleontology, Archaeology (and other things found in dirt)

Astronomy and the Space Program

Scientists, Heredity, DNA, Firearms, and Everything Else that didn't Fit into Previous Categories

A humorous look at strange astronomical theories from the ancient Greeks to the Hubble Space Telescope.             

 

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The Hudson Valley of New York has been a UFO hotspot for generations. This is the first comprehensive book to examine eyewitness accounts from the 1930s to the present. From Manhattan to Albany, people have been seeing all shapes and sizes of craft--from the giant triangle to classic flying saucers. They have also been having uncomfortably close encounters. Is the Hudson Valley also Abduction Alley? The documentary based on this book won the People’s Choice Award at the 2012 International UFO Congress, and it was an official selection in the Hoboken Film Festival .

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It's 2012, the year the world is supposed to end, but no one expected this. An infection spreads through New York's Hudson Valley. The government tells us it is just the flu, but people are turning into crazed killers. Can it be stopped? Follow the story from the first days of infection, to the last days of civilization, as told by Dr. Rebecca Truesdale, aka, "Becks." Becks is smart and tough, and while she searches for a cure in the lab, she has to fight for her life in the streets.

Reviews:

GREAT book. Buy it; you won't regret it. Well... except maybe for at 3 AM when you're either A) still up reading because can't put this page-turner down or B) waking up out of a zombie nightmare because the characters and situations in the book can seem so REAL. But buy it anyway.”

“You relate, you get sucked in, seriously it's been a while since I enjoyed a book so much. Five stars and two thumbs up.”

HVZA: Hudson Valley Zombie Apocalypse is a gripping, on the edge of your seat read from beginning to end and leaves you wanting more!”

“This book has just the right mix of science, horror, action, tragedy, humor and (ultimately) hope.”

“Rocking good read!”

“It was pretty fracking awesome!”