Review; Ghosts and Legends of Charleston, South Carolina by Denise Roffe

Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to recieve a press copy of the book Ghosts and Legends of Charleston, South Carolina by Denise Roffe through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Charleston is a city whose spirits are tangible. Fires, earthquakes, wars, and piracy have scarred her landscape. Mysterious echoes from her past manifest around every corner. Misty figures disappear, disembodied voices speak, and a creeping uneasiness accosts visitors to the Holy City. In this revised second edition, thirteen updated stories and a new ghostly chapter spring from death to life as you travel along cobblestone streets, through old mansions, and into back alleys with paranormal investigator Denise Roffe, who explores Charleston along with the Southeastern Institute of Paranormal Research to interact with its ghostly residents. Examine nail-biting eyewitness accounts of paranormal events that are backed by historical research and more than twenty years of investigative experience as Denise takes you on a journey showcasing a surprising link between past events and current ghostly activity. Also enjoy new day trips around Charleston in Beaufort, Myrtle Beach, Camden, and Kingstree.

My Thoughts on the Book
This was a informative and well-written book. It's clear that the author has done her research while writing this book and it was interesting to read.


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