Ghosts of the Triad:: Tales from the Haunted Heart of the Piedmont

Ghosts of the Triad Tales from the Haunted Heart of the Piedmont Ghosts of the Triad features a collection of ghost stories encompassing the Piedmont Triad Region of North Carolina The Triad includes major cities such as Winston Salem Greensboro and High Point Hau

  • Title: Ghosts of the Triad:: Tales from the Haunted Heart of the Piedmont
  • Author: Michael Renegar Amy Spease
  • ISBN: 9781609491406
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghosts of the Triad features a collection of ghost stories encompassing the Piedmont Triad Region of North Carolina The Triad includes major cities such as Winston Salem, Greensboro and High Point Haunted Piedmont Triad blends together local history along with ghost stories and other haunted tales of the area.

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    1. “Ghosts of the Triad” is a very well done installment in the Haunted America series from the History Press. Ghost hunters Michael Renegar and Amy Spease include the deep research that make ghost stories leap up from the page and take you by the hand. Then they ladle on the paranormal legends that have grown up around the history of these places and people. The tasty icing atop the cake sits there courtesy of the first hand experiences they add due to their positions as ghost hunters.People f [...]

    2. I liked the book, but I would not pay $19.99 for it. I checked it out at the library which is what I would recommend for anyone who wants to read it. Overall, it gives a pretty good mix of Ghost tales, etc. for the Piedmont area of NC. It just felt "short" and it would have been nice to have more expansion on some of the tales, but that might not be the fault of the authors.

    3. I would very much Like for whomever to please correct my name thank you! It is not Michael Renegar Spease. It is Michael Renegar and Amy Spease which is I.

    4. This is a solid collection of ghost stories from the Triad. Since I lived in Greensboro for a number of years, and worked in Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem at different times, it was fun reading about ghosts in so many places I'm familiar with!

    5. I was quite pleased with this book of ghostly lore. I was a bit bothered by the way it shifted in and out of third and first person, and by the occasional overly-speculative remark, but on the whole I would say Ghosts of the Triad is significantly above average for the genre. The local flavor is great. Most of the stories contain both legends and first-hand eyewitness accounts, and many include anecdotes and facts from investigations conducted by the authors or other paranormal investigators. Se [...]

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