America's Most Haunted Road Trip

By: on March 06, 2016
America's Most Haunted Road Trip
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Need some last minute plans for Spring Break? If you've got the wheels..and the cojones...for it, America's Most Haunted Road Trip: Your Travel Guide to America's Most Haunted Sites can help make SB 2016 your best.

And maybe your last.

In America's Most Haunted Road Trip Marie Catherine Tiel leads acolytes of the occult through the most haunted spots in 21 different states (this is just Book 1 of her series, so the other 29 will most likely make appearances down the line). Included paranormal dwellings are largely open to the public so the ghosts have a more diverse group of victims to terrify, taunt, and possess, and so that you don't have to risk a breaking & entering charge on your quest to get your soul sucked out.

Tiel lists haunted locales by state, city, and then location, followed by a short history of the possession, where to find the spot, and applicable contact information. America's Most Haunted Road Trip entries cover theaters, restaurants, bars, battlefields, saloons, parks, hotels, museums, and resorts.

States represented in Book 1 are California, Oregon,Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois , Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey.