American Indian Ghost Stories of the West

American Indian Ghost Stories of the West

The FIRST BOOK written of actual ghost encounters of American Indians written by an American Indian! Each page is filled with personal experiences by present-day individuals who have witnessed spirits and hauntings throughout the southwest states of Arizona, California, Colorado and New Mexico.


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