Review; Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: With Breakthrough Ghost Photography by Tim Scullion

Last year I recieved an ARC of the book Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: With Breakthrough Ghost Photography by Tim Scullion through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
In this second edition of over 230 ghostly photographs from photographer Tim Scullion, view 114 brand-new images and read seven new chapters that bring the hauntings of Williamsburg, Virginia, alive. Continue along Scullion's paranormal odyssey to capture and describe each apparition and the historical and paranormal background of the eighteenth-century houses and buildings afflicted to see what new observations have sprung forth from the world "behind the curtain." Scullion has learned the secret to consistently capturing the city's ghostly apparitions on camera. You will see images that are beautiful, ugly, horrifying, and bizarre, and that defy explanation. Are they ghosts, aliens, angels, or demons? Take a look via digital technology as you peer into a new world of the improbable, the unexplained, the impossible, and the biggest mystery of our existence--life after death!

My Thoughts on the Book
It's clear that the author has knowledge of local history reading this book, so it's not just a ghost hunter chasing ghosts in hope of catching them in photos. Some of the photos might be a bit underwhelming, while others were pretty good.

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