Vampire legends of Rhode Island

Vampire legends of Rhode IslandFrom South County S Restless Undead To Newport S Brooding Carey Mansion, Vampires Have Always Had A Stake In Rhode Island History Nowhere Outside Of Transylvania Has The Presence Of Nosferatu Been So Well DocumentedAlso Hidden Within This Casket Of Creepy Delights The Mysterious Connection Between Sunny Newport And TV S Dark Shadows Vampire Legends Of Connecticut And Vermonta Menacing Menagerie Of Vampires From Around The Worldd Much

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✰ [BOOKS] ✸ Vampire legends of Rhode Island By Christopher Rondina ✽ –
  • Unknown Binding
  • 80 pages
  • Vampire legends of Rhode Island
  • Christopher Rondina
  • 20 September 2017
  • 9780924771910

10 thoughts on “Vampire legends of Rhode Island

  1. says:

    This was good and an easy read, with interesting anecdotes that the paranormal lover in me really enjoyed.However, I m a little conflicted on this one.The problem I have with it, is the historian in me was crying the whole time because there were no citations and only the most rudimentary bibliography So I don t know how much of it isn t made up I could google some of things mentioned to confirm accuracy when he included the source Which he did for newspaper articles but, like, the author wrote some if it in first person, from the perspective of the people involved in the legends, and that s the part that bothered me I don t know where he got some of that information One person talks about a dream, and the format of the text implies a direct quote, so I would love to look up that document and read the original, because that s the kind of person I am, but I don t know where he got that information So while I wanted to enjoy the book, I kept getting distracted while reading to try to look some of it.

  2. says:

    Being from Rhode Island, and currently living in the south, fall can make me homesick This book talked about all the places that are so familiar, but added a bit of spook to make me feel like I was home for Halloween It was fun.

  3. says:

    Creepy tales of the Undead from New England history Really nice storytelling

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