May 21, 2008
Ghost Hunter's Guide to Indianapolis
By Lorri Sankowsky and Keri Young
Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company (March 2008)
Pages: 203 - Price: $14.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This book gives a refreshing look at ghost hunting. As a guide to locating apparitions, and investigating the paranormal, Lorri Sankowsky and Keri Young give the reader an unforgettable tour of Indianapolis!
There are eleven chapters. These chapters cover such information as mental hospitals and haunted theaters, Hannah House, ghostly graveyards, Tuckaway House, among others. The appendix sections details sighting report forms, suggested reading, films, DVDs, videos, tours and events, organizations, Internet resources, and historical societies and museums. There is a nice bibliography, and a helpful index.
What is most enjoyable about this fine book is the accurate, concise manner in which the authors handle the material and share it in a meaningful manner with the readers. The authors know their subject matter and give a flawless presentation of facts and happenings.
This is a fine look at ghost hunting, and although it is aimed at Indianapolis, it shares much information that the reader will find helpful and interesting. This is a well-written book.
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