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Ghosts of the Treasure Coast.

Author: Patrick S Mesmer
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing Inc., 2017.
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"Spooky tales of vanished sailors, wandering phantoms and lost treasure scattered across the ocean floor" from Florida's husband and wife ghost hunters (TCPalm). The Treasure Coast is such a popular destination that some choose to never leave. From the spirits of ancient Indians who once inhabited the beaches to the pirates who spied for passing victims from the safety of the inlets and coves, the region is infused  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Mesmer, Patrick S.
Ghosts of the Treasure Coast.
Arcadia Publishing Inc., 2017
(OCoLC)985078365
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick S Mesmer
ISBN: 1439662304 9781439662304
OCLC Number: 1002488259
Description: 1 online resource (176)
Contents: Intro; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Sebastian; 1. Home of the Ancient Ones; 2. Spirits of the 1715 Fleet Disaster; Vero Beach; 3. Waldo Sexton and the Driftwood Resort; 4. Waldo's Mountain; 5. The Ocean Grill; Fort Pierce; 6. Sunrise City; 7. The Sunrise Theatre; 8. Emily Lagow Bell; 9. Cresthaven: The Boston House; 10. Old Fort Park; Port St. Lucie; 11. The Devil's Tree; 12. Ghost Ship in the St. Lucie River; Jensen Beach; 13. Tuckahoe: The Leach Mansion; Stuart; 14. Gilbert's Bar House of Refuge 15. The Ashley Gang: South Florida's Bonnie and ClydePort Salerno; 16. Forever Tied to the Sea; 17. Local Spirits and Hauntings; Hobe Sound; 18. The Abandoned Cemetery; 19. Trapper Nelson's Camp; Jupiter; 20. Jupiter Inlet and Lighthouse; 21. 1696: The Jonathan Dickinson Shipwreck; 22. A Beacon in the Darkness; 23. Spirits and Hauntings; Conclusion; Bibliography; About the Authors

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"Spooky tales of vanished sailors, wandering phantoms and lost treasure scattered across the ocean floor" from Florida's husband and wife ghost hunters (TCPalm). The Treasure Coast is such a popular destination that some choose to never leave. From the spirits of ancient Indians who once inhabited the beaches to the pirates who spied for passing victims from the safety of the inlets and coves, the region is infused with eerie, tragic history. A phantom widow keeps watch from the Boston House window for men long ago lost at sea. Spirits of the victims of a murderous cop linger at the Devil's Tree, where their bodies were found. The dreaded pirate Black Caesar still steers his ghost ship toward Dead Man's Point in the St. Lucie Inlet. Authors Patrick and Patricia Mesmer navigate through spooky tales of vanished sailors, wandering phantoms and lost treasure scattered across the ocean floor. Includes photos!

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