Monday, February 19, 2018
Haunted Route 66 - Richard Southall
I have mixed feelings about how the author decided to expand his search for hauntings with Kansas and Texas. I think it was a good decision to include something for those states, especially for those who may want to do a haunted road trip, but the events don't actually exist along the route which seems a bit disingenuous even with disclosure.
The tone of the book is straightforward and matter-of-fact in the telling of events and what people experience when they are haunted. They aren't in the narrative of ghost stories that I so often read. For those who want to learn more about the paranormal history of Route 66, this is a good read.