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by Robert Cahill

  • ISBN: 091678715X
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Robert Cahill
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Old Saltbox; Reprint edition (January 1, 1981)
  • Pages: 48 pages
  • FB2 size: 1670 kb
  • EPUB size: 1599 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 994
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It covers some strange tales of New England.

It covers some strange tales of New England.

Ships from and sold by Books-N-Things at Bethel. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. Robert Cahill, the author of Diary of the Depths, a non-fiction book about the adventures of scuba divers, also published more than 100 feature articles in Yankee, National Geographic, and other national magazines. In addition, he published more than 30 non-fiction books about New England life, lore, and history.

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Robert Ellis Cahill (November 25, 1934 – June 19, 2005) was a folklorist and author. He was the author of more than three dozen books on New England history and folklore, as well as on scuba diving, shipwrecks and pirates. Cahill served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1970 to 1975. In 1974, Cahill was elected Sheriff of Essex County, Massachusetts. During his tenure as Sheriff, Cahill sought to modernize the department.

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But I've never read a book that tells of chills and ghosts in the house from a Catholic perspective. I read the book in a sitting. There are more than a few spine- tingling scares here, offered in such a benign, even life-affirming way, that we end up enlightened, entertained, and charmed.

New England Collectible Classics (Chandler-Smith Publishing). Things That Go Bump in the Night. Strange Superstitions. New England's Ancient Mysteries. New England Witches and Wizards. New England's Ghostly Haunts. New England's Mad and Mysterious Men. New England's Strange Sea Sagas. Finding New England's Shipwrecks and Treasures. New England's War Wonders. New England's Visitors from Outer Space. The Horrors of Salem's Witch Dungeon (The Lauren Robinson Story)". The Old Irish of New England. New England's Naughty Navy. New England's Viking and Indian Wars.

"Encounters with monsters, ghosts, phantom ships and boogeymen predominate this book. Haunted islands off Boston, werewolves at Gloucester, a demon at Dover, and spooky spirits at sea are documented with first-person testimony - a chilling collection."
Reviews about New England's Things That Go Bump In The (New England's Collectible Classics) (2):
Pedora
This book takes a somewhat sober and non-sensationalized look at ghost and ghoul stories and legends of New England mostly centered in the Salem, Mass. area. There are two types of stories: old historical legends, featuring a lot of background research included going as far back as the 1600's; and newer 20th century stories in which the actual participants are interviewed first hand. Gives actual names and places of the people involved in the stories. The older stories are not the average historical information you've read a thousand times over in other Salem witch and ghost stories. Not being an afficianado on New England haunts, it was refreshing and something different to read. New Englanders may know some of these stories, but they were new to me, and not to be found elsewhere in any other ghost books in my collection. Some of these stories might be a bit frightening for small kids, and they will probably frighten most adults who are alone on a 'dark stormy night'. Buy the book, it is worth it!!
Phenade
This book really scared me. I mean, I was TERRIFIED! True stories of events that have occured in New England (my homeworld, I might add) that were of a not-so-just-natural...er, nature.
Standouts:
"The Demon of Dover"--Creepy story, might involve a stray extraterrestrial, and altogether mysterious.
"The Boogeyman of Beggerly"--In Beverly, MA, a boy-up-through-his-years-to-man faces a terror that emerges only in the shadows of the night to both cause mischief (opening cupboard doors and windows, moving things around) and horror (the laughing at the foot of the man's bed when he was asleep--agh!). This one should be made into a movie!
Too bad this and the other books in its series, NEW ENGLAND MYSTERIES, are long out of print. Enjoy, and...leave the lights on. Trust me, after "The Boogeyman of Beggerly", you'll need them.

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