St. Augustine's Spirits in Our Midst

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Abstract

Six local authors write fictionalized tales based on various ghost stories in the city of St. Augustine. Through the unique perspective of a different character in each story, the reader is invited to explore the paranormal activity of the oldest city.

Local locations visited or mentioned in the text include Vilano Beach, Lincolnville, St. Francis Inn, O.C. Whites, the Castillo de San Marcos, Harry's Seafood Bar and Grille, the Hotel Ponce de Leon (Flagler College), the Spanish Military Hospital Museum, the Lightner Museum, Wildwood Road, the Bridge of Lions, and St. Augustine Lighthouse.

Contributor

Suzy Fay and L. Cappella, editors

Title

St. Augustine's Spirits in Our Midst

Publisher

[St. Augustine, FL]: Runfinkle Press

Format

Paperback book

Language

English

Subject

Fantasy or Paranormal
Short Stories, Vignettes, or Poetry

Coverage

1st Spanish Period
Fort Mose
2nd Spanish Period
Florida Territory
Statehood to 1887
1912-1975
Civil Rights Period
Late 20th Century, Adults

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Bibliographic Citation

Israel, Dorothy Headley, et al. St. Augustine's Spirits in Our Midst. [St. Augustine, FL]: Runfinkle Press, 2009.

Citation

Dorothy Headley Israel, Judy James, Gerry Linton, Dorothy Loop, M.E. Hanson, Carole Prior, “St. Augustine's Spirits in Our Midst,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 17, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/122.

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