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Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Northeast Texas

Length: 225 pages2 hours


Ken Hudnall's "Spirits of the Border" series is an invaluable guide to ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts alike. This volume allows the reader to explore the supernatural side of towns in Southwest. With multiple paranormal event listings for over 75 cities, tourists and locals are bound to find haunted tales no matter where they are in the region. The digital edition is perfect way to take your passion for the paranormal any where you go. (Reader note, the information in this text is also included in Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of the Lone Star State. This edition is intended for those specifically interested in this region of Texas)

"Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Northeast " includes entries from the following cities: Allen, Alton, Arlington, Avinger, Balch Springs, Big Sandy, Bridgeport, Burkburnett, Carrollton, Cason, Cedar Hill, Celburne, Commerce, Coppell, Corsicana, Dallas, Dekalb, Denton, Duncanville, Ennis, Euless, Farmers Branch, Files Valley, Fort Hood, Fort Worth, Garland, Gilmer, Granbury, Grand Prairie, Haltom City, Hamilton, Harker Heights, Haslet, Hemphill, Henderson, Hillsboro, Hutchins, Iowa Park, Irving, Jefferson, Keller, Kilgore, Killeen, Lindale, Longview, Luther, Marshall, Maxdale, Maypearl, Mckinney, Mesquite, Mexia, Mineola, Mineral Wells, Moody, Nacogdoches, North Richland Hills, Oakalla, Olney, Possum Kingdom, Princeton, Richardson, Scottsville, Sherman, Southlake, Springtown, Sulphur Springs, Sunnyvale, Texarkana, Thurber, Tyler, Waxahachie, Weatherford, Whitehouse, Wichita Falls, Winnsboro,

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