Reviews by Greg B

Inferences from Haunted Houses and Haunted Men

by John Harris

This is a good follow up on the book "Hauntings at B House".
The author here suspects that many of the witnesses may have been hypnotized prior to arriving at "B House".

Reviewed on 2013.04.28

Washington's Masonic Correspondence

by Julius F. Sachse

A nice little book detailing some of the letters of correspondence between Washington and Masonic lodges in New England. It is a nice addition to the history of Washington that many do not know. Also in describing some of his travels to various states and cities in the new country one can see how the citizens of the new land held Washington in the highest esteem.

Reviewed on 2013.04.28

The Alleged Haunting of B---- House

by Various Authors

Today we have great electronic tools and devices for the investigation of haunings. But in the late 1800's they just recorded whatthey saw and heard. This book is interesting in the methods they used, but the book does seem to drag on.

Reviewed on 2012.10.20

Journal of a Tour into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw

by Henry R. Schoolcraft

I found this book very interesting. It is a Journal of a travel into the Eastern Ozarks of the new little explored Louisiana Purchase. This journey took place in the winter of 1818-1819 and the two adventurers were ill equipped for there journey and had to survive by there own wits many times. I recommend this book, it allows you to almost step back to an earlier era when the country was new and unexplored.

Reviewed on 2012.10.14

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