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  1. Book ImageThe New York Grimpendium: A Guide to Macabre and Ghastly Sites in New York State

    J. W. Ocker

    From the author of The New England Grimpendium comes a new travelogue and insider’s guide to wicked, weird, wonderful New York.More

  2. Book ImageThe New England Grimpendium

    J. W. Ocker

    An insider’s guide to wicked, weird, and wonderful New England.More

  3. Book ImageOld Ghosts of New England: A Traveler's Guide to the Spookiest Sites in the Northeast

    C. J. Fusco

    Old Ghosts of New England represents a unique marriage of the travel guide and the book of ghost stories – a traveler’s guide to the many purportedly haunted inns, restaurants, lighthouses, pubs, museums, parks, graveyards, and schools in the New England states – as well as a few of the region’s most infamous haunted houses.More

  4. Book ImageSpook: Science Tackles the Afterlife

    Mary Roach

    The best-selling author of Stiff  and Bonk trains her considerable wit and curiosity on the human soul.More

  5. Book ImageProphecies on World Events

    Nostradamus, Stewart Robb

    The authoritative volume of the life's work of this extraordinary visionary.More

  6. Book ImageGiants, Monsters, and Dragons: An Encyclopedia of Folklore, Legend, and Myth

    Carol Rose

    "Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! have nothing on Rose, at home in a thicket of menacing creatures."—ChoiceMore

  7. Book ImageSpirits, Fairies, Leprechauns, and Goblins: An Encyclopedia

    Carol Rose

    A fabulously entertaining work with over 100 delightful illustrations--Library Journal calls Spirits, Fairies, Leprechauns, and Goblins its "favorite work of 1996."More

  8. Book ImageThe Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England

    Carol F. Karlsen

    "A pioneer work in…the sexual structuring of society. This is not just another book about witchcraft." —Edmund S. Morgan, Yale UniversityMore

  9. Book ImageLiving with Ghosts: Eleven Extraordinary Tales

    Michael of Greece Prince, Anthony Roberts

    The ghosts of Europe's haunted castles and palaces tell their strange and tragic stories in this elegantly written narrative.More

  10. Book ImageThe Norton Book of Ghost Stories

    Brad E. Leithauser

    "I've occasionally been asked, by someone who has heard that I was assembling this anthology, whether I myself believe in ghosts—to which I've replied, less facetiously than might first appear, "Everybody does." I can't believe that any of us, if we dig deep enough in our psyches, is utterly free of the suspicion that the dead continually attend the living. —Brad Leithauser, from the IntroductionMore

  11. Book ImageThe Great Orm of Loch Ness: A Practical Inquiry into the Nature and Habits of Water-Monsters

    F. W. Holiday, Ivan T. Sanderson

    A provocative answer to the ancient question: Is the Loch Ness monster fact or fantasy?More