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by Janice Oberding

ePub Ghosthunters' Guide to Virginia City download
Author:
Janice Oberding
ISBN13:
978-0972162609
ISBN:
0972162607
Publisher:
Thunder Mountain Productions Press (August 1, 2003)
Category:
Subcategory:
Americas
ePub file:
1864 kb
Fb2 file:
1223 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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703

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The queen of haunted Nevada, Janice Oberding, mines Virginia City’s spectral history, from the ghost of Henry Comstock to the ghostly Rosie and William of the Gold Hill Hotel. Virginia City is known for its rich mining history that designated Nevada as the Silver State. But to local residents and paranormal investigators, it’s better known as a place to look for ghostly dwellers. Reno Gazette Journal. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

At seventeen, Floyd Burton Loveless became the youngest person ever executed by the state of Nevada. What led him to that end was just as tragic. Sentenced to seven years at an Indiana state boys' reformatory, he escaped after a month in custody.

Unlike any city in America, Virginia City epitomizes the notion of a western boom-and-bust ghost town. About the Author Ghosthunters' Guide to Virginia City. The Comstock Silver Rush lured wealth seekers from around the world. An independent historian, Janice Oberding is a past docent of the Nevada Historical Society and Fourth Ward School Museum in Virginia City. The author of numerous books on Nevada's history, true crime, unusual occurrences and hauntings, she speaks on these subjects throughout the state. Ghosthunters' Guide to Virginia City.

A blending of history and hauntings, Ghosthunters Guide to Virginia City takes its readers on a tour of the most haunted city in Nevada. The Comstock Silver Rush lured wealth seekers from around the world, including a young Samuel Clemens. Despite the fortune some found, not all of the town's earliest settlers rest easy. Shops, hotels, boardwalks and cemeteries are said to be filled with the supernatural remnants of Virginia City's hardscrabble characters and their violent propensities

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Haunted Nevada - Janice Oberding - Google Books No Holds Barred Radio Some of her books are: Haunted Nevada, Ghosthunters’ Guide to Virginia City, Las Vegas Haunted, Ghosts and Legends of the Lake Tahoe Area, Haunted. Welcome To Haunted Vegas Tours In addition to being a Haunted Vegas Tour guide, Tim has authored the book "Weird Nevada. Welcome to Haunted Las Vegas.

A blending of history and hauntings, Ghosthunters' Guide to Virginia City takes its readers on a tour of the most haunted city in Nevada. Perched on the side of Mount Davidson, Virginia City is where Mark Twain got his literary start and the Comstock was discovered.
  • If you are into hunting for ghosts and can make it to Virginia City than this is the book for you. Many sitings have been documented, and those who still live and work in Virginia City experience strange phenomenon on an almost daily basis. We have traveled to Virginia City numerous times and always walk through the cemetary. On hot summer days, with temps in the upper 80's we have encountered certain spots that have been so cold you could actually wear a sweater while standing in them.

  • Having actually lived in Virginia City, I can attest to the voracity of the title! It's HAUNTED! Nice job Janice!

  • Janice Oberding writes the first ever published book on Nevada's most haunted city: Virginia City.

    She is an expert on Nevada hauntings.

    Superb pictures- highly researched.

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

  • Books of this genre are always fun. Seldom are they so informative. We have been going to Virginia City for a number of years. Never really knew so much about the city until I read this book. Glad I purchased it.

  • I have visited Virginia City a lot of times. When I saw this book at the book store last month I thought it was just another book about ghosts. I was wrong. This is about the best book I ever read about Virginia Citys ghosts. There were lots of places I didnt even know had ghosts in them. I would recomend it to anyone.

  • This book is a great guide to Virginia City Ghosts. If you are planning to visit Virginia City and interested in ghost, I highly recommend this book. This book tells you the history of Virginia City and the Hotels name and room numbers in witch to stay in that has been known for hunting's. It's exactly what the title say it is a Ghosthunters Guide To Virginia City.

    A+++ & 5 * * * * *

  • I am an avid collector of ghost stories, and have visited Virginia City. I appreciate the quantity of encounters in this book, but not the quality. This is a book of documented observations, and not a collection of ghost stories. I was hoping for more entertainment on this very fascinating subject.

  • I found this book to be very fun to read and easy to follow. Lots of interesting pictures. History lessons are very informative.