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Haunted Daytona Beach : a ghostly tour of America's most famous beach

Author: Doris Smith
Publisher: Charleston, SC : History Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Doris Smith
ISBN: 9781596293410 1596293411
OCLC Number: 155124654
Description: 124 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The doctor with the missing skull --
The eternal bride-to-be --
The "real" McCoy! --
The audience that never leaves --
Old bikers never die-they haunt the Boot Hill Saloon --
Booze Alley-prohibition's contribution to the afterlife --
Daytona's great benefactors --
The man who lost his head-twice! --
Encounter at the Green Lantern --
Flour power --
Ghosts of gangsters --
The goosing ghost --
Guardian of the garden --
The loss of a local treasure --
Spirits at Daytona's field of dreams --
The lady on the bridge --
The spirit of Lucille --
Ghosts search for love too! --
Man's best friend even in the afterlife --
Possessed artifacts in the Merchants Bank building --
Alcohol or spirits? --
Pushin' up pink phlox flowers, not daisies --
Ghosts still take center stage at the Seaside Music Theater --
Love never dies --
Coffins by Tappy --
Spirits of the Ponce Inlet Light House --
Responsibility: Doris "Dusty" Smith.
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