Review: Haunted Tales from The Region: Ghosts of Indiana's South Shore
Haunted Tales from The Region: Ghosts of Indiana's South Shore by Dorothy Salvo Davis
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Is a story a legend if only one person has told that story? In several of these tales, only one person seems to have experienced the manifestation, and by their own admission, they'd been drinking a bit (The Boats, as we of The Region refer to them, are an apparent hot bet of hauntings, especially after you've done the welcome drinks bit).
The one story that did pique my interest was the relationship between an long serving Michigan City Lighthouse keeper and her companion, Salvo Davis includes many of the obituaries and memorials of both ladies, proving that people have always been capable of seeing they best in people, even if they wouldn't or couldn't agree with all of their choices.
View all my reviews