Supernatural Lore of Pennsylvania: Ghosts, Monsters and Miracles

Strange creatures and tales of the supernatural thrive in Pennsylvania, from ghostly children who linger by their graves to werewolves that ambush nighttime travelers Passed down over generations, Keystone State legends and lore provide both thrilling stories and dire warnings Phantom trains chug down the now removed rails of the PLE Railroad line on the Great AllegStrange creatures and tales of the supernatural thrive in Pennsylvania, from ghostly children who linger by their graves to werewolves that ambush nighttime travelers Passed down over generations, Keystone State legends and lore provide both thrilling stories and dire warnings Phantom trains chug down the now removed rails of the PLE Railroad line on the Great Allegheny Passage A wild ape boy is said to roam the Chester swamps, while the weeping Squonk wanders the hemlock shrouded hills of central Pennsylvania, lamenting his hideousness On dark nights, the ghosts of Betty Knox and her Union soldier beau still search for each other at Dunbar Creek Join Thomas White and company as they go in search of the truth behind the legends of supernatural Pennsylvania.
Supernatural Lore of Pennsylvania Ghosts Monsters and Miracles Strange creatures and tales of the supernatural thrive in Pennsylvania from ghostly children who linger by their graves to werewolves that ambush nighttime travelers Passed down over generations Key

  • Title: Supernatural Lore of Pennsylvania: Ghosts, Monsters and Miracles
  • Author: Thomas White
  • ISBN: 9781626194984
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Jennifer said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:56 AM

      I was looking for actual ghost stories of Pennsylvania to enjoy, but this book, while well written and extremely well researched, did not include the 'lore' I was expecting. to me, it was more debunking at points then actual story, and left me wanting to know more of the legends themselves. I was also disappointed as most of the information came from western Penn and not as much from Central or Eastern.

    • Sharon A. said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:56 AM

      This is cute little book. Quick read. The pieces are generally well written and have some references which is important. Some are written by knowledgable folklorists and includes stories I'd not heard before. I enjoyed it.

    • Greg Kerestan said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:56 AM

      As a longtime fan of scary stories, urban legends and sociology, this book's focus on three hundred years of Pennsylvania lore was perfect for me. Some of the stories will be certain to stick with me for a long time, like the Pig Lady of Beaver and the Lost Children of the Allegheny others, like the Waynesburg mausoleum, have images that will remain a permanent fixture in my gallery of spooky images.

    • Steve Cran said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:56 AM

      Pennsylvania is land or state deeply entrenched with the supernatural. Founded by William Penn, the state was open to followers of all faiths and many people came from Europe to settle there. Coming from places like Ireland, Scottland, Deutschland etc. these people brought with them not only material goods but also many folkloric beliefs. This produced in some cases a folkloric religion and in other a set of legends.Penn state is home to many supernatural oddities, some like ghosts can be found [...]

    • Rita Mahan said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:56 AM

      Some interesting tidbits.

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