Do you believe in ghosts? The Three Wise Girls begin a recurring series, “Haunted States.” Linda Alexander believes in the idea of a different plane beyond that which is visible. There are accounts of long-gone, Spirit-filled souls inhabiting our world and with this premise, the Three Wise Girls bring in experts with in-depth accounts of “Haunted Maryland.”
Mindie Burgoyne is author of Haunted Eastern Shore—Ghostly Tales from East of the Chesapeake. “They walk beside the murky waters of the Chesapeake Bay, linger among fetid swamps and roam manor halls. These are the tormented souls who refuse to leave the sites of their demise. From pitiless smugglers to reluctant brides, ghostly figures of the Eastern Shore are at once terrifying and tragic.” Mindie Burgoyne will take readers on a spine-tingling journey when she tells us of Maryland’s Haunted Eastern Shore.
Michael J. Varhola authored Ghosthunting Maryland. He explains why Maryland is a ghost-hunter's dream. Just a few stories—the USF Constellation boasts three ghosts, including a sailor executed for dereliction of duty; the Gridiron Club is haunted by an old woman murdered by slaves; and Ellicott City, a quaint spot, is one of America’s most haunted towns. These are but a few of the places Michael has profiled.
Join us Thursday, March 18th. Let the Spirit move you to hear about “Haunted Maryland!” Listen, call in. Ask about your favorite spot in Haunted Maryland. Or chat about research. It’ll be a spooky good time!
Listeners in other states—why should your haunted state should be next?
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