Haunted Kansas City Missouri E–book/E–pub

  • Paperback
  • 160
  • Haunted Kansas City Missouri
  • Angie Cox
  • English
  • 10 March 2020
  • 9780764331947

Angie Cox ☆ 9 Read

Haunted Kansas City Missouri Read ✓ 9 Ri Read death uotes from famous historical figures Abe Lincoln and Mark Twain Whether terrifying tales or humorous anecdotes interest you like the cats who switched places at Harvey House you are sure to find what thrills in Kansas City. Fascinating information

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Haunted Kansas City Missouri Read ✓ 9 Why Room 505 in the Hotel Savoy downtown is so frightening Meet Rosa the ghostly nanny at the Pink Rosebud Bed and Breakfast in Plattsburg Read about Jesse James and his family who still remain to haunt the James Farm in Kearney Missou. I was interested to read some local ghost stories and this book names many places that I ve heard of in the area though most I haven t been to I have to say I was hoping for a few specifics there were a lot of could it be this We ll never know and many of the stories were vague and generalized There were a lot of photos of places and historical tidbits I think my favorite stories were those for Plattsburgh MO which I have never been to but may have to visit Overall an enjoyable read if not a very chilling one it s still fun to read about places that you know

Summary Ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Angie Cox

Haunted Kansas City Missouri Read ✓ 9 Civil War heroes and outlaws Prohibition flappers and Depression era gangsters all have found their ways into haunted Kansas City Visit Union Station to see ghostly gangster Frank Nash who still haunts the location of his death Find out. Almost every chapter ended with some uirky uestion and really got on my nerves I liked the stories about actual places and not the silly generic ones that could have been told by any random campfire about any random person