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Haunted Plantations

Ghosts of Slavery and Legends of the Cotton Kingdoms (SC) (Images of America)

by Geordie Buxton

  • 266 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Arcadia Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States History (Specific Aspects),
  • History,
  • History - U.S,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • History: American,
  • Folklore & Mythology - Folklore,
  • Supernatural,
  • United States - State & Local - South,
  • History / United States / General,
  • SC,
  • United States - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10607998M
    ISBN 100738525014
    ISBN 109780738525013
    OCLC/WorldCa156822614

    Join Old River Road Plantation Adventure for an amazing plantation tour near New Orleans, Louisiana. This area is well-known for its elaborate and beautiful antebellum mansions like Evergreen, Oak Alley, Laura and Whitney. These homes were the domestic centers of massive indigo and sugar cane plantations. Call today or book online for this very. Get this from a library! Haunted plantations of the South. [Richard Southall] -- Step into the mysterious world of haunted plantations, where you'll meet the restless spirits of soldiers, slaves, and owners who roam the antiquated halls. Presenting majestic homes from seven.

    Haunted Plantations of the Southpresents fascinating research, in-depth interviews with ghost hunters, and unforgettable encounters full of paranormal activity and evidence. Discover the phantom casket of the Sweetwater Plantation, the Man in Black who haunts Bellamy Mansion, and many more compelling ghost stories along the way.5/5(1).   Book Overview Step into the mysterious world of haunted plantations, where you'll meet the restless spirits of soldiers, slaves, and owners who roam the antiquated halls. Presenting majestic homes from seven southern states, this remarkable guide contains dramatic history and true stories from the days before and during the Civil War.

    Whether it’s a modern story of haunting or a classic tale, we can’t get enough ghost stories. The following 20 ghost books truly put the ‘boo’ in 'books.' Filled with haunted houses, deadly apparitions, and otherworldly creatures, these books about ghosts are sure to haunt you long after the story is : Sarah Mangiola. Louisiana's haunted plantations. [Jill Pascoe] -- "In this collection of thirteen chilling tales you will explore ghosts along the River Road at some of Louisiana's best known plantations, and also along the back bayous of the state.


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Haunted Plantations by Geordie Buxton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Haunted Plantations: Ghosts of Slavery and Legends of the Cotton Kingdoms Kindle Edition by Geordie Buxton (Author)/5(11). These stories and more are wrenched from the gravest parts of America's past--real lives of people on plantations from Savannah and the coast of the Carolinas.

Most deal with the hub of the East Coast slave trade, Charleston, South Carolina. All are richly illustrated with both historic and contemporary images/5(11).

Haunted Plantations of the South is a very well written book that combines history with the paranormal stories. Plantations in the American South provoke in me many emotions and I like to read about their architecture and history as well.

And this book throws readers into the history of these amazing houses/5. The Paperback of the Haunted Plantations: Ghosts of Slavery and Legends of the Cotton Kingdoms by Geordie Buxton at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: Arcadia Publishing SC.

A shackled West African tribe drags themselves off a slave ship while singing, drowning in a Georgia creek to avoid being sold. Mysterious letters from a long-ruined church near Mepkin Abbey solicit a man to join faith. A French teacher disappears from a school after marking final exams in blood.

An Egyptian mummy triggers a heart attack in a city museum. Haunted Plantations: Ghosts of Slavery and Legends of the Cotton Kingdoms. By Geordie Buxton. $ These stories and more are wrenched from the gravest parts of America's past—real lives of people on plantations from Savannah and the coast of the Carolinas.

The coauthor of two previous books of local ghost stories, this is his Brand: ArcadiaPublishing. Books shelved as plantation-slavery: Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup, The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom, Haunted Plantations:: Ghosts of Slav. CircaMyrtles is considered one of the most haunted plantations because of its most infamous resident: Chloe.

Her story is well-known. She’s the young slave who was given a house position in return for allowing her owner’s sexual : Audrey Webster.

The Myrtles Plantation is located 26 miles north of Baton Rouge and 98 miles north west New Orleans via interstate roads.

You will want to extend your visit in St. Francisville long enough to enjoy some of the 27 unique shops, 14 eateries, 7 plantation homes, and 14 other attractions which all look forward to the pleasure of your company. Haunted Plantation is Voted Hawaiis Best and Scariest Haunted House.

Virginia’s southern heritage is often admired in the plantations from the 18th and 19th centuries that still stand. They are beautiful, and yet their beauty is haunting. And many visitors who have had an unusual experience at these sites would claim they are actually haunted.

As with all ghostly sightings, it’s difficult to prove that these early-American ghosts. The Legend of Chloe & Other Ghost Stories The Legend of Chloe Inthe proprietress of the Myrtles photographed what appeared to be a slave girl standing between two of the buildings on the plantation.

Haunted Plantations of the South presents fascinating research, in-depth interviews with ghost hunters, and unforgettable encounters full of paranormal activity and evidence. Discover the phantom casket of the Sweetwater Plantation, the Man in Black who haunts Bellamy Mansion, and many more compelling ghost stories along the : Richard Southall.

Haunted Plantations of Virginia About Beth Brown (Richmond, Virginia Author) Beth Brown is the recipient of the Library of Virginia's 13th Annual People's Choice Award for her book Haunted Plantations of Virginia. Her work has been featured on Travel Channel, The Biography Channel, History, and the Emmy Award-winning program "Virginia Currents".

Richard Southall’s Haunted Plantations of the South explores the mansions of a bygone era, visiting seven states notorious for paranormal activity: Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

The institution of slavery was the primary catalyst.5/5. A Spine-Tingling Reading List of Haunted House Novels Claire Fuller, author of ‘Bitter Orange,’ on the spookiest haunted houses in literature Oct 9, This book is for anyone who has sat in a lighted room at night with a large glass window in front of them and worried about what’s out there beyond their reflection.

In Haunted Plantations of the South, author Richard Southall describes various plantations from the south (as the title suggests), and the ghost stories connected to them.

The book first describes various building styles, which I thought was interesting and a nice touch, and then the book is divided in chapters, a chapter per state: South Carolina, North Carolina.

Haunted Ghost Legends at The Myrtles Plantation: It is often reported that 10 murders occurred in the house, but historical records only indicate the murder of William Winter, who was shot by a stranger and after being shot, he staggered inside the house and died trying to climb the stairs, only making it to the 17th step.

Frances chronicled the frightening ordeal in her book, The Myrtles Plantation: The True Story of America's Most Haunted House. Getty Images Frances moved down to Louisiana first; James stayed behind in California to tie up loose ends.

In my book Haunted Plantations of the South, I share brief histories and ghost stories of nearly one hundred separate plantations throughout eight southern of the plantations are successful bed and breakfasts, while others have unfortunately been all but forgotten.

However, with each story I attempted to give the reader a sense of how each place has a distinct. Haunted Plantations of the South presents fascinating research, in-depth interviews with ghost hunters, and unforgettable encounters full of paranormal activity and evidence.

Discover the phantom casket of the Sweetwater Plantation, the Man in Black who haunts Bellamy Mansion, and many more compelling ghost stories along the way.Haunted Plantations of the South presents fascinating research, in-depth interviews with ghost hunters, and unforgettable encounters full of paranormal activity and evidence.

Discover the phantom casket of the Sweetwater Plantation, the Man in Black who haunts Bellamy Mansion, and many more compelling ghost stories along the : Richard Southall. In Richard Southall’s new book, Haunted Plantations of the South, fans of history and the paranormal are treated to descriptions of plantations and their reputations.

Divided by states, this collection includes some well known plantations such as Oaks Alley in Louisiana and others that are supported by states and local preservation societies.