Where the ghosts are The ultimate guide to haunted houses
Book - 2018
This reprint of Holzer's classic work documents locations where he had personally investigated ghosts, often with the assistance of a psychic. For each location he details who the ghosts were, and why they were found at each location.
- Foreword / by Alexandra Holzer
- A word of caution
- What is a ghost?
- Are there such things as "living" ghosts
- How to live with a poltergeist
- Public houses, America
- Haunted locations, America
- Private ghost houses, America
- Houses in the British Isles
- European ghosts.
Father of Paranormal Investigation and inspiration for The Holzer Files and Ghostbusters takes his readers through more than fifty famously haunted and chilling locations in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. He recounts his personal investigations of the ghosts as a renowned parapsychologist in eerily fascinating stories that will haunt readers long after they have finished. “Hans Holzer understands the rules of ghostly behavior perhaps better than anyone else. It is his business to investigate hauntings.” —Leonard Nimoy “I became obsessed by Hans Holzer, the greatest ghost hunter ever. That’s when the idea of my film Ghostbusters was born."—Dan Aykroyd Complete with photos and details about each spectral phenomenon as he has researched and discovered it as well as the stories of the ghosts themselves, this book tells who they were and why they are found in each location. Where the Ghosts Are explores both famous and little-known sites such as: • The California Whaley House • New Jersey’s “Spy House” • The Octagon in Washington, D.C. • Canada’s Most Haunted Locations • The U.S. Constellation in Baltimore Harbor • St. Marks-in-the-Bowery and the Merchant’s House in New York City • Longleat Palace, Bath, England INCLUDES DOZENS OF HAUNTING PHOTOS AND A FOREWORD BY SECOND GENERATION GHOSTHUNTER ALEXANDRA HOLZER “Hans Holzer is a marvelous ghost hunter, who has added countless discoveries to the paranormal fields.”—Ghost Hunting Reviews